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Pokemon GO update for 2016 event: Gen 2 APK, 101+ monsters

Pokemon GO update for 2016 event: Gen 2 APK, 101+ monsters

The next Pokemon GO update will feature code for Generation 2, Pokemon Gold and Silver, and 101 new Pokemon. While Pokemon Gold and Silver, the Johto region, only generally have 100 extra Pokemon added to the Pokedex, this version of Pokemon GO also adds one of the monsters missing from the first build of the game. That new Pokemon is Ditto, the transforming Pokemon. This version of the game also adds one new move, specifically for Ditto: Transform.

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Pokemon Go’s ‘Nearby’ tracking feature begins working outside San Francisco

Pokemon Go’s ‘Nearby’ tracking feature begins working outside San Francisco

Pokemon Go players, those that are still playing, that is, might recall back in the heyday of the app's success, developer Niantic released an update with a new "Nearby" tool for identifying which creatures were near their location. This was meant to be a replacement for the previous version, which relied on footprints, and was essentially broken upon the game's launch. Well, until now, that new Nearby tracking tool has been limited to just San Francisco, but that's finally changing.

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PokeVision alternative FastPokeMap returns for Pokemon GO

PokeVision alternative FastPokeMap returns for Pokemon GO

One of the few developer crews still working on Pokemon GO mapping of monsters is FastPokeMap, and today they're back in business. Every few days the service has gone down for the count, but for the time being, it would seem that FPM is ready to roll. This is the latest in a long line of replacements for the first big name in Pokemon GO mapping, PokeVision - a service that was taken down by a request from Niantic, The Pokemon Company, and/or Nintendo.

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Pokemon GO update fixes your Pidgey problem

Pokemon GO update fixes your Pidgey problem

Encountering an endless sea of Pidgey and Rattata has long been a frustration of Pokemon GO players, but that's all set to change. Niantic has detailed a new update that will significantly decrease the number of super common Pokemon like Pidgey, Rattata, and Zubat in the wild. This, as you may have already guessed, paves the way for more uncommon ones to spawn.

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Pokemon GO Daily Bonus “Streak” update detailed for release

Pokemon GO Daily Bonus “Streak” update detailed for release

A new update for Pokemon GO is on the way with "Daily Bonus" streaks for all players. This "x day streak" bonus structure will encourage trainers to get up, get out, and play as often as possible. Each bonus appears at a minimal level for the first day through the 6th day. On the 7th day, the bonus becomes large - larger than it'd been any day before.

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Pokemon GO update: secret event 2 hits Thanksgiving week

Pokemon GO update: secret event 2 hits Thanksgiving week

The Pokemon GO Halloween event is over and the second event is well into planning stages for Thanksgiving week. Some effects of the Halloween event in Pokemon GO have stuck around for a bit longer than expected, but they'll be gone soon. Expect your lower requirements for walking distance with your Buddy Pokemon to go back to normal today. Also expect the spawn rates for spooky Pokemon like Haunter, Ghastly, Gengar, Cubone, Marowak, and Meowth to go down, too.

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Ultima creator Richard Garriott quits Pokemon GO – here’s why

Ultima creator Richard Garriott quits Pokemon GO – here’s why

The runaway success of Pokemon GO managed to attract players from all backgrounds, even fellow game creator Richard Garriott. Yes, even the creator of Ultima and Lord British himself couldn't resist the lure of Pokemon GO, but he revealed over the weekend that he's since quit the game. Why? He actually gives a number of reasons.

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Latest Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer confirms final starter evolutions

Latest Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer confirms final starter evolutions

Nintendo has released yet another Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer that finally - after a series of leaks of rumors - confirms the final evolutions for the games' starter Pokemon. Though we saw sprites for all of these Pokemon after the recent datamine of the Sun and Moon demo, this trailer features a significant amount of new information on them.

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Pokemon GO Halloween event update demands preparedness

Pokemon GO Halloween event update demands preparedness

Pokemon GO's first event is set for Halloween so today we've begun to prepare in earnest. Starting at 12:01 in the morning, before the sun comes up on the 26th of October, Pokemon GO Halloween begins. At that time we'll be able to get more rewards for some actions and more incentive to do others.

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Pokemon GO Halloween event details [UPDATE: Candy!]

Pokemon GO Halloween event details [UPDATE: Candy!]

Niantic has announced a Pokemon GO Halloween event, the first in-game event ever for the mega-popular title. Much like Niantic's previous biggest game title, Ingress, this event will take place for a limited time. In the time allotted, players of the game will have the opportunity to capture far more ghostly or otherwise Halloween-friendly Pokemon, while they'll find more Pokemon Candy coming their way as well.

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Pokemon GO update : the first secret event hits Halloween

Pokemon GO update : the first secret event hits Halloween

Niantic's first Pokemon GO event may well be taking place at the end of this month, on Halloween. October 31st is the perfect day for the first of many Pokemon GO events in the vein of the game that came before it: Ingress. For those new to Niantic, they're the company that made Ingress, then built Pokemon GO on top. According to Pokemon officials, clues about what'll happen in Pokemon GO's future come from Ingress' past - events included.

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Pokemon GO passes $600 million in revenue in record time

Pokemon GO passes $600 million in revenue in record time

It would appear that Pokemon GO isn't quite done breaking mobile gaming records. Even though it's no longer the powerhouse it was when it launched back in July, there's still a significant number of people playing it. That player base has helped Pokemon GO break yet another record, with App Annie saying that the mobile game has managed to pull in $600 million in revenue.

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