Pokémon Go Info and VIDEOS
Tsuruma Park, Nagoya, Japan
This is Tsuruma Park in Nagoya, Japan. The fountain area looks like a giant Pokéball and started attracting Pokemon GO players after a Mewtwo rumour began circulating on Twitter. More Info
Pokémon Go is a free to play augmented reality game that was released in July 2016. The game is location based using your phones GPS and Camera to catch Pokémon from real world locations.
The Game uses your phones GPS location to provide a map of your surrounding area with the Pokémon Go world included. You can see Pokéstops, Pokémon Gyms and Pokémon will appear near you that you can click on to capture. After a Pokémon appears players can capture it in Augmented Reality (AR mode) or with the real world camera background if your phone has a Gyroscope.
As players walk around real world their avatar moves within the game’s map in real time. Pokémon come in different species which reside in different areas. For example, water type Pokémon are more commonly found around water areas.
When a Pokémon appears on the screen, the player can throw a pokéball at it by flicking it from the bottom of the screen up toward the Pokémon. If the player catches the Pokémon they get to keep it in there pokémon storage and can be used later in Gyms, traded for candy of evolved into a new Pokémon. Beginners Guide – How to start a new Game