The Pokémon Company has made a pair of announcements tonight, including a brand new game available now for Nintendo Switch and coming to Android next month. The game is called Pokémon Quest and is free-to-play…
Pokemon Stories May 29
Pokemon Stories May 25, 2017
Pokémon fans have long been waiting for an official game to make its way to the App Store. Last week seemingly out of nowhere, the company announced it would be releasing a new game, titled Magikarp Jump. Having been released in select countries earlier this week, it is available now in the US and rest of the world.
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Pokemon Stories September 8, 2016
Pokémon GO Plus accessory to be available on September 16
After unveiling an Apple Watch version of the widely popular AR mobile game at Apple’s iPhone event, Niantic Labs has now announced on the Pokémon GO blog that the physical companion accessory, the Pokémon GO Plus, will begin shipping out to fans on September 16.
Pokemon Stories July 30, 2016
Pokemon Go has just received its first major update since launch. Version 0.31.0 for Android and 1.1.0 for iOS removes the broken footprint functionality, refreshes the UI, and allows avatar customization with more options after the initial sign-up. Besides bug fixes and optimizations, several Pokemon stats were also changed.
Pokemon Stories July 13, 2016
Pokemon Go update finally adds support for Android N [Update: Intel x86 support, live in Germany]
Update: Many are reporting that the app now works with devices using Intel x86 processors. Also, unrelated to this update, but the app is now live in Germany according to the official Pokemon Go Twitter account.
Following an iOS update yesterday that addressed the Google Account privacy issue, Pokemon Go for Android has just received an update to version 0.29.2. The most notable new feature is support for devices running the Android N Developer Preview.
Pokemon Stories July 12, 2016
Curious mention of ‘Google Cardboard’ in Pokemon Go could hint at future VR features
It goes without saying that Pokemon Go is blasting off, but what’s keeping the hype from already waning is the fact that there is so much more to come. The original trailer shown off last year touted the ability to trade and battle Pokemon with other players, and those features are almost certainly already in the works, but how else could we see the game evolve in the coming months?
If you want to make a not-so farfetch’d guess based on the Licenses page in the app, VR features in the form of Google Cardboard could be in the cards…