One of the game's safety measures makes it impossible to visit Poke Stops and nab items while travelling at speeds of over 30mph.It's designed to stop people playing Pokemon Go while they're driving, but not ideal if you're a passenger in a car, or commuting on a bus or train."As with any mobile app, Pokémon GO should not be operated while driving a vehicle," reads a Niantic safety warning.It all kicks off at 8pm UK time later today (March 22).This includes Magikarp, Squirtle, Totodile and even Lapras.Some just show you Pokémon, others want you to make multiple accounts and tap through multiple CAPCHA.You might end up loving or hating them — or simply wishing Pokémon Go would fix Sighting so you wouldn't need them."The Water Festival only lasts a week, and will come to an end at 8pm UK time on March 29.
The post reads: "I've recently discovered if you open up the journal and close it close enough to a Pokestop, no matter how fast you are travelling, you'll be able to get the loot."Players should obviously avoid using this trick while driving, but it's good news for passengers facing a long commute.
Now, not everyone is into stats, not in Baseball and not in Pokémon, but if you are, they're available to you, and they'll make sure your every Pokémon you evolve is a .
Note: Never use any app that asks for your Pokémon or Google login in order to work.
There are enough really good apps that don't, both for phones and on the web, that risking your credentials and potentially getting data stolen is necessary.
If you give your account up, you will likely be shadowbanned.
There's also a brand new Magikarp hat to unlock."Get ready to make some waves in Pokémon GO! PDT, you’ll be more likely to encounter Magikarp, Squirtle, Totodile, and their evolutions all around the world."Additionally, when you’re out exploring areas where Water-type Pokémon more commonly appear, you’ll have a greater chance to encounter several of the Water-type Pokémon originally discovered in the Johto region, and maybe...