Pokémon Go is a free-to-play, location-enabled, and augmented reality game. It allows players to have access to a great portion of its content without paying. The gaming experience is extended out into the real world, that is, it blends the virtual environment with the player’s real surroundings.
Pokémon Go hack requires the player to use a mobile device’s GPS capability in-order to locate his geographical position, capture the wild Pokemon, battle, and train the virtual creatures that appear on his screen.
Pokémon Go Gameplay
The player must first sign in to establish an account, then create an avatar by selecting its hair, skin, eye color, outfit and style. The avatar is then displayed on the map that matches the player’s current location. The Player must physically travel to explore the game’s map. On the map, there are two main features; the PokeStops and the Pokemon gyms.
The PokeStops provide the player with items like Poke Balls, eggs, and potions, and may also contain lure modules to attract wild Pokemon. The Pokemon gyms provide a location for battle for team-based king of the hill matches. There is no battle with wild Pokemon to capture them in Pokémon GO. Instead the player throws a Poke Ball at the wild Pokemon to successfully capture it. If successful, the Pokemon comes under the player’s ownership.
The award for the capture is candies and stardust from the Pokemon Professor. These awards can be used to raise the Pokemon’s combat power for battle in the gym. The PokeStops and gyms are located at places of interest by the player. The ultimate goal of Pokémon GO is to complete entries into a comprehensive Pokemon encyclopedia, the Pokedex, to capture, evolve and obtain original 151 Pokemon. It is a free-to-play gaming experience but it supports in-app purchases of Poke Balls and other items.