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Pokemon GO iSpoofer warning: Niantic’s following you

Pokemon GO iSpoofer warning: Niantic’s following you

Pokemon GO hackers and spoofers on iPhone and iPad may want to think twice about using iSpoofer and similar systems this weekend. Niantic's begun taking a closer look at that specific system for GPS fixing in Pokemon GO and will likely expand on bans on Pokemon GO gamers that've cheated with similar systems. This information has not yet been made public by Niantic - and won't likely be made public any time soon - thanks to Niantic's in-place user agreement for the game Pokemon GO. That agreement to which every Pokemon GO player agrees upon signing up for and playing the game - that's the one!

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Capcom’s DuckTales: Remastered will be pulled from digital stores soon

Capcom’s DuckTales: Remastered will be pulled from digital stores soon

For reasons that aren't clear, Capcom has made the surprise announcement that its DuckTales: Remastered game will no longer be available to purchase starting tomorrow. The game is available at a steep discount across multiple platforms at this time but will disappear from digital stores starting on August 8. The current sales end dates are 'approximate,' according to Capcom, which indicates that sales may disappear sooner than expected.

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Renewed rare Pikachu in Pokemon GO shocks betrayed veterans

Renewed rare Pikachu in Pokemon GO shocks betrayed veterans

Yes, there are Pokemon GO veterans already, the game's been out for several years and SOME cool people have played even BEFORE day 1! It's that sort of attitude that's already begun to clash with the release that'll happen in Pokemon GO in the very near future. That very near future will include not JUST one fancy new Pikachu, but SEVERAL super-rare Pikachu that'd been released in the game Pokemon GO in the past.

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New Pokemon GO hack out with GPS spoofer, Joystick cheat

New Pokemon GO hack out with GPS spoofer, Joystick cheat

Both iPhone and Android users will find the latest pair of cheats and hacks for Pokemon GO active as of this weekend. Niantic's been on a never-ending quest to quell the rancor of less-than-friendly hackers and villains of the core goal of the game since launch. But when you've got a game that's THIS popular, certain realities seem to creep in and stick. I mean creep with GPS, and move with a phantom joystick.

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Mobile games beat mindfulness apps to reduce workday stress

Mobile games beat mindfulness apps to reduce workday stress

Mindfulness apps are trendy as a health-focused way to relieve stress and potentially lower blood pressure. A new study out of the University of Bath and UCL in London have found they may not be the best solution for tackling life stress, however, with digital games taking that crown. Unlike participants given either a fidget spinner or mindfulness app, the team found that people who played a mobile game after doing something stressful had more energy afterward.

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Catch Ditto in Pokemon GO Summer 2019 with quick list

Catch Ditto in Pokemon GO Summer 2019 with quick list

To get Ditto in Pokemon GO in the summer of 2019 you'll need to watch a short list of monsters. The list of Pokemon hiding Ditto changes every once in a while, so it's important to have the latest list of Ditto Pokemon available at any given moment. At this very moment, the list of Ditto Pokemon is significantly different from what it was when we first went Ditto hunting - quite different indeed!

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Pokemon GO Shiny Rayquaza guide and essential tricks

Pokemon GO Shiny Rayquaza guide and essential tricks

This week Niantic launched the Shiny version of the Pokemon GO monster called Rayquaza. Shiny Rayquaza is black instead of green - but otherwise has pretty much the same powers and abilities. This is generally the case when it comes to Shiny Pokemon, what with the alternate colors and the same powers and all. But it's all about the hunt anyway, so let's go!

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How to beat Shiny Rayquaza

How to beat Shiny Rayquaza

You're living in that Team Rocket Pokemon GO and you want to catch a brand new Shiny Rayquaza - we all are, right? Lucky you, that's entirely possible, starting on July 31st. That's the good news. The bad news is that if you've not gotten an Armored Mewtwo before the switch, you'll probably be out of luck for a very, very long time. Maybe forever, if Niantic sticks to plan.

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Pokemon GO Team Rocket guide mega-update: Giovanni!

Pokemon GO Team Rocket guide mega-update: Giovanni!

Today we've got a Pokemon GO Team GO Rocket action guide for you to take a peek at the dark side of the moon! This update to the game is not limited edition, but individual storylines within the Team Rocket universe are not long for this world! It's a strange sort of situation - but if you're attempting to make sense of how Niantic wants you to Catch Em All, you've most likely been lost before!

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Fortnite players hit by recent mobile bugs will get Battle Stars

Fortnite players hit by recent mobile bugs will get Battle Stars

Epic Games is apologizing to players impacted by recent mobile issues by giving them V-Bucks and Battle Stars, the company has announced. A number of impacted players received 1,000 V-Bucks and 15 Battle Stars on July 22 following the buggy release of Fortnite 9.40 on July 17. Additional players will be receiving Battle Stars in coming days, as well.

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DOOM 1 and DOOM 2 are now available on Android and iOS

DOOM 1 and DOOM 2 are now available on Android and iOS

Classic first-person shooter DOOM and its sequel DOOM 2 are now available on Android and iOS. The announcement was made today by Bethesda at QuakeCon 2019, during which time the company also announced that DOOM, DOOM 2 and DOOM 3 are coming to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Though they're not free, the games are cheap at less than ten bucks each.

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Mysterious game Hyper Light Drifter heads to iOS devices today

Mysterious game Hyper Light Drifter heads to iOS devices today

There's no lack of stellar indie games out there, but one of the most popular in recent years has unquestionably been Hyper Light Drifter. Though the game began life as a title for Windows, macOS, and Linux in 2016, it has slowly spread to other platforms, first coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 later that same year and the Switch in 2018. Today, the game heads to iOS, adding yet another platform to that growing list.

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