Pokémon GO has recently left the beta testing stage after the game’s developer, Niantic Labs, brought to an end the trial period.
After playing it for about a week, there’s no arguing with the fact that Pokémon GO is a fantastic game to have on a mobile phone. Whether you are using an iPhone or Android phone, you can get this game right away on your phone.
A real game-changer in itself, Pokémon GO will take you to greater heights – higher than where DOOM or even the magnificent Fallout 4 took you.
For starters, Pokémon GO is available for both iOS and Android devices. Users must sign up and pick a nickname. After this, you will be given a few items with which you are to capture Pokémon. In case you are still in limbo, Pokémon is cartoon-like characters that live in the game. Essentially, they are the animals of this game’s universe.
Here, you are supposed to capture Pokémon and use them as warrior minions when battling other people in the game. While it might sound like a game full of violence, it isn’t. In fact, you will spend the most part of the game trying to capture Pokémon as opposed to battling with opponents.
The good side of the story is that Pokémon GO is a globally-available game that is active in all corners of the world. Pokémon can be captured anywhere a human population is present. The game also takes advantage of landmarks of different types for hordes of items that players can grab as long as they can get close enough. In order to interact with Pokémon, you need to be within 100-feet. The case is also the same as far as Pokémon Gyms and PokeStops are concerned.
It gets even better with Pokémon GO as the idea of finding these creatures out there in the real world with a smartphone app is in itself a motivation to get some exercise in real life.
As noted at the beginning, Pokémon GO beta has only been closed recently, meaning the full release is very close. Keep following us and we’ll let you know when this happens.