Pokemon Go game environment is kind of complicated to newbies because its not as the usual temple run, assassin creed, subway surf, brothers in arms and the rest of the games you are us to, Pokemon Go game is built in a way that your feelings will role with the game that’s why its kind of complicated to some people.
What you need to know about Pokémon
Whether you’ve never caught a Pokémon before or you’ve been collecting these creatures since childhood, you’ll quickly get introduced to the Pokémon of this world after starting the game. (Heck, the very first screen you see after logging in is of a giant Gyarados menacing an unaware player, as a warning to stay alert while playing.)
At the start, you’ll only be able to catch Nintendo’s original lineup of Pokémon — those found in the Red, Blue, and Yellow titles — though we expect expansions to appear as the game grows and works out the bugs.
Pokémon comes in a variety of types, shapes, and sizes: Of the over 100 Pokémon available for capture, you’ll find creatures of the Fairy, Psychic, Electric, Grass, Water, Ghost, Bug, Rock, Ground, Poison, Flying, and Normal-type. We haven’t spotted any Legendary Pokémon quite yet, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t out there hiding.
Each geographical area has a specific Pokémon type, and some creatures are more difficult to find than others. If you keep running into the same group of Pidgey and Caterpie, don’t lose hope: You need to travel around your area to find all the Pokémon. You can head to local lakes, ponds, or beaches to find Water-type Pokémon, for example, or wait until the evening to have a better chance at grabbing a Fairy type.
How to catch your first Pokémon
As with all Pokémon games, when a trainer begins their first journey, they’re given a choice of which Pokémon to start with. After you’ve finished customizing your avatar, three Pokémon will appear in front of you. You can choose from Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle; after capturing one, the other two will disappear.
But wait: There’s more. If you walk away from the original three-four times, you’ll get a fourth starter Pokémon option: Pikachu.
How to use items in Pokémon Go
Items are a must-have in this game: You need Poké Balls to capture Pokémon, Incense to lure them, and potions and revives to heal them after Gym battles.
Like many games of this era, you can purchase many of these items with real-world currency as transformed into PokéCoins — but you don’t have to. You can stock up on most items just by visiting PokéStops. (About the only things you can’t find at stops are the Bag and Pokémon Storage upgrade.)
You never know what you’re going to come across at a PokéStop, but it’s almost always helpful. Each item has a specific use in the game; most fall into either the “capture” or “recovery” category, helping you capture new Pokémon or aiding your current Pokémon in healing after Gym battles.
You can also find incense, which lures Pokémon to you; Lucky Eggs, which grant you double experience for 30 minutes; Lure Patches, which draw Pokémon to a PokéStop; Razz Berries, which make it easier to catch more of the same species of Pokémon; and Poké Eggs, which can hatch into new Pokémon.
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