Have you caught Drifloon yet? If you are having trouble adding that Pokemon to your collection, watch this video to learn how to catch him. You've got to catch them all, so make sure Drifloon doesn't get away from you.
This video origami tutorial shows how to use the traditional Japanese art of paper folding to make an anime, Pokemon Palkia. These instructions begin from the basic form of four cranes. Learn how to fold and origami an anime, Pokemon Palkia by watching this instructional video.
It's easy to learn to draw Pichu the Pokeman with this free tutorial! If you love this character and want to draw him, follow the lesson below and you'll have it down in a jiffy. Drawing Pichu is a lot of fun because this character has a lot of spunk and personality. Follow the guide and you'll know how to do the drawing, sketching, and coloring of this guy. When you know how to draw manga, you can have a lot of fun!
Arceus is the 493rd pokemon added to the National Dex. It can be encountered at level 80 which is the highest level wild pokemon in the game. This video will show you exactly how to find and catch the legendary god pokemon Arceus.
Video game makers have never had great name recognition amongst the American public. Shigeru Miyamoto, Cliff Bleszinski, and Will Wright are names most Americans can't be bothered to remember, whatever their contribution to games have been. Most people are familiar with their work, but fail to recognize them by name or appearance.
Japan has a tendency to produce things that boggle the Western mind. Its citizens are already responsible for without a question the weirdest music video in the history of the medium. With that said, here is a video reenactment of several Pokemon (Pocket Monster in Japan) games released by Japanese performance art troupe Kusarine Project: Kusarine Project and their amazing YouTube channel first became known through the Japanese video sharing site/meme originator NicoNicoDouba. Their white mas...
Like previous installments in the Pokémon series, as you progress through Pokémon GO you'll be able to evolve your Pokémon into more-powerful monsters with new and more-damaging attacks. However, unlike older entries in the series, your Pokémon won't simply evolve when they reach a certain level. Instead, you'll have to "feed" them a certain amount of character-specific candy to induce the transformation.
In Pokémon GO, having an in-depth understanding of your Pokémon's stats and abilities is crucially important to becoming a better player. Not all Pokémon are created equal; as such, it's critical that you look at each of your Pokémon—even duplicates—with a keen eye.
The only way to know which Pokémon are in your area in Pokémon GO is the cryptic "nearby" list, which sometimes doesn't work—and also doesn't tell you which direction to head off to hunt that Pokémon you're looking for.
Finding Pokémon in the wild isn't the only way to add to your collection in Pokémon GO—you're also able to hatch your own from eggs that you've gotten from PokéStops.
The Pokéwalker might be the most insidious of Nintendo's many attempts to force it's mostly young audience of gamers to get outside. It was packaged with Pokémon Heart Gold and Soul Silver, and is a simple pedometer that measure how much you move around with it on and levels up your Pokémon accordingly. This video will teach you how to use it.
Pokémon GO updates will have new deterrents for cheaters, and these seem to use shame more than just prevention. The changes were mentioned by a Pokémon GO support account on Reddit. (There are other updates coming soon to Pokémon GO as well.)
To become a tried-and-true Pokémon master in Pokémon GO, there's an incredibly important decision that needs your attention: Team Instinct, Team Mystic, or Team Valor?
Saying that I was obsessed with Pokémon as a child would be a serious understatement, and even though I'm not the Pokémon fanatic I once was doesn't mean I don't love playing still. However, I do often find myself dumbfounded by all of the new features and characters in each generation.
Pokémon GO's augmented reality journey is continuing with Apple's newly announced ARKit. It's no surprise considering Pokémon GO is the largest mainstream augmented reality game, with 500 million downloads.
The easiest way to see which Pokémon are close to your current location in Pokémon GO is by checking the Nearby tracker in the bottom-right of your screen. At least this was the easiest way up until a few days ago. Initially, the Pokémon in the Nearby screen would be marked with between zero and three footprint icons—the more footprints, the further away a Pokémon is from your location. Pokémon with zero footprints should be visible to you.
Pokémon GO has been making the news since it was released last summer. But throughout the past year, the core gameplay has remained mostly the same. We're learning today that is about to change, as Niantic is gearing up to release a major update for the popular AR game.
Minecraft 1.9 introduces animal breeding to the game, but it's not such a simple process. You'll need to make sure you have some wheat which is extremely useful in getting the animals to attract to you. After that, you'll be able to start breeding the Minecraft animals--now if only we could get them to fight like Pokémon!
Serious collectible trading card gamers generally prefer to play with their cards on a mat to protect them, keep them in a contained area, and look badass. If you've always wanted a custom mat but not known how to make one, watch this video for a complete guide to making and painting your own custom Yu-Gi-Oh! mat.
Pokémon GO made waves as the first augmented reality game to gain popular adoption. In fact, it was so popular that it only took a few days to uncover some the benefits and serious issues with combining physical and digital worlds.
Do I really need to tell you that it's a bad idea to play Pokémon GO while you're driving? I really hope it's not necessary, but just in case it is, here you go: It's a bad idea to play Pokémon GO while you're driving.
A strange thing is happening: there are people, groups of people even, walking the streets day and night staring wide-eyed at their mobile phones and laughing like manic children. What are these people doing? Are they taking pictures? Are they participating in some new social media craze? Is their activity an omen that the zombie apocalypse is upon us?
Niantic announced today that all gyms in Pokémon GO will be closed while the company prepares to celebrate two major anniversaries for the game. There will be updates, in-game celebration, and the first ever real-world Pokémon Go event.
Pokémon Go takes the popular franchise and brings it into the real world through augmented reality, allowing us to play the game while exploring our physical environments at the same time. It doesn't just put pocket monsters into a more realistic context, but it changes the game in some major ways that may delight some players... and upset others.
News: Niantic Bringing Buddy Interactions to AR+ Mode in Pokémon GO, Shared Experiences with Other Trainers to Follow
It looks like Pokémon GO players may get a surprise gift from the game's developer, Niantic, this holiday season.
Pokémon GO, the global augmented reality game that's brought fans out of their homes to catch Pokémon across the planet, has brought about plenty of real-world positives. Unfortunately, when players get power hungry and start taking game hacks too far, we all get a little screwed—both digitally and in real life.
The actual augmented reality portion of Pokémon GO is about to get even more fun for players. On Tuesday, the company revealed GO Snapshot, an extension of AR+ Mode facilitated by ARKit and ARCore that will enable players to pose Pokémon characters in augmented reality for photo capture.
Despite a round of updates to Pokémon GO that patched and eliminated location spoofing, the game still has a difficult time dealing with the most hardcore cheaters. Like weeds on a grassy lawn, third-party bot makers still remain the biggest thorn in Niantic's side and continue to thrive despite the developer's best efforts to root them out. While the latest updates have blocked users from running modded versions of the game, like Pokemon GO++, that feature built-in joysticks to move your pla...
Collecting Pokémon in Pokémon GO is only half the fun. Once you've reached Level 5, it's time to get your Pokémon ready to do battle with other Pokémon. This is where Gyms come in.
Well, no one ever thinks of the BlackBerry as a gaming platform, but with this cool little java based app, called MeBoy, you can run Gameboy Advanced ROMS on your BlackBerry smartphone. Try it now and see all that glorious duotone color right in the palm of your hands! So give it a whirl and get a GBA emulator on your BlackBerry now!
Pokémon GO, the biggest augmented reality sensation ever, broke app store records this opening weekend. But it also did something even more important: it gamified physical activity.
Niantic has gotten themselves into a bit of a mess regarding their hit game Pokémon GO recently. The company hosted a fan fest in Chicago earlier this month that ended up being a complete disaster.
Want to actually catch 'em all? Pokémon GO has long-teased the opportunity to hunt for Pokémon in the real world through augmented reality, but few have had the opportunity to actually see it in action.
Learn to draw Pokémon Oddish with these simple and quick steps. Start your drawing project by placing the Pokémon Oddish name somewhere on the page. Oddish is a round or onion shaped object. Place this basic shape in the center of your space. Add the feet which are shaped like little shovels at the bottom of the Oddish body. Go to the lower central area of the body and add a triangular shaped tongue. For the eyes, use little circles placed proportionately in the upper central area. Place seve...
Drawing Pokemon requires sharp corners, exaggerated features and simplified shapes. Draw Pokemon with tips from a professional illustrator in this free instructional video on drawing. Drawing Pokemon will never be easier.
Players of Pokémon GO on Android now have a reason to turn on AR mode with the release of AR+ support via ARCore.
With the next iPhone release around the corner, Apple is hard at work getting iOS 10 squared away. On Monday, July 18, they issued the third beta of iOS 10 to developers, which should be released within a few days to those using the iOS 10 public beta.
Pokémon, Google, and augmented reality go together like wasabi, soy, and ginger, and the trio has come together again for the release of the latest game from the Pokémon universe.
The augmented reality feature in Pokémon GO is one of the key components that draw people in to the popular Android and iPhone game. Indeed, there's nothing quite like the sight of a Pokémon standing around in an otherwise uninteresting parking lot.