Pokémon Go has taken over the entire world, but you already know that. No doubt you are one of the 30 million around the world who have downloaded the app.
Here at the Red C, offices we feel pretty confident we know a thing or two about apps. So from one bunch of app addicts to another, here are our top tips on how to master the game everyone is playing.
No need to be picky. Catch ALL the Pokémon you encounter - multiples of any Pokémon you have can be transferred to the Professor for candy. This will help the Pokémon you decide to keep eventually evolve.
When you are travelling in the car NOT driving of course, use this time to catch more Pokémon. Passing Pokéstops is inevitable from park benches to an abandoned shipwreck - pokémon users are reporting PokeStops in bizarre places. Despite the world raving about Pokémon Go getting people out and about, sitting in the car provides the opportune moment to catch loads of Pokémon in short time period of time.
Once you have found one, pay attention to the colour of the ring around the Pokémon this will tell you how difficult it is going to be to catch. Green and you’d be a fool to miss it. But if the circle is red it is going to be a challenge.
Work out how close off you are catching a Pokémon by checking the number of footprints beneath their silhouette, if there is only one you are not far off!
Once you’ve have the Pokémon in your possession use the Egg Incubator to hatch your eggs. You’ll have one from the beginning of the game, but you can also (of course) buy one. It is easy to see why shares in Nintendo skyrocketed in the wake of its release. When trying to hatch an egg you have to move at a speed slow enough to register as walking or running. If you’re on a bus, the app won’t register your distance covered against the egg. Walk, run or maybe even ride your bike slowly.
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