Just imagine if Shiny Pokemon get introduced sometime in the future, or special limited time events with special exclusive Pokemon to catch.
This obsession to keep playing, keep seeking out new places with new pokemon, and “catch them all” is what keeps you motivated and interested in the game and continues to reinforce the “good habits” (exercise, social interaction, etc) that come from playing the game each day. Yes, there is a cash shop, but you definitely don’t need to spend any money to enjoy this app.
Yes, there have been some scary stories in the news recently about Pokemon Go, either from neglect and a lack of paying attention to one’s surroundings, such as walking into traffic, falling off a cliff, or criminals using Pokemon Go to identify Poke Stops and wait for passer by to mug/rape/attack/whatever.
There are also cases of people playing Pokemon Go at inappropriate times such as while working or driving.
– but these incidents are few and far between when compared to the millions of players who are benefiting in some way from playing this game.
Pokemon Go means different things for different people, but for me, it has given me that little boost of motivation that I need to be more active and get out in my community.
You can just visit your closest pokestop, and sit there for an hour or two collecting the items you need. It’s even being used in nursing homes to help the elderly.
Once again this just encourages you to keep getting out there. Gamers are not known for a love of working out or healthy habits. But Pokemon Go makes me want to exercise in order to play the game.
I even had Wii Fit, and I did love the charting/tracking aspects of that game and even being able to weigh my cats lol.
It wasn’t until my mom began playing that I took interest.
For a few reasons, first, when the game first came out, there were numerous game crippling bugs which made it almost impossible to play. When I started playing Pokemon Go, I thought how annoying or stupid it was to have to go outside.
You can check it out here: https:// – There’s also another site here: https://t.co/7s OATzd Apr and probably numerous Pokemon Go groups as well (though there weren’t any close by in my area last time I checked.).
Even if you’re not using such a site to interact with the Pokemon Go community, chances are you’re going to run into other players out in the real world, whether it’s at poke stops, gyms, or just walking around your parks or college campus, etc trying to catch pokemon.This dating service aims to connect Pokemon Go players in their area both for playing Pokemon Go, but also for finding true love (or friendship).