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Since the launch of Pokemon Go, people from all over the world have created a new obsession. This game is for every category of person who likes to collect virtual creatures, to train them and send them to battle, but it takes a lot of patience and ambition to get to the top. Players must get out of their houses and follow a map that takes them to the closest Pokemon, but they should pay attention to the traffic or to robbers who can’t wait to steal their phones.

First of all, Pokemon Go is a battery killer game, because the screen is continuously turned on and it sucks the life out of the battery pretty fast. That’s why it’s important to turn on the battery saver, as it will extend the lifespan a little bit and players will have more time to catch Pokemon.

When the game crashes right after catching a Pokemon, it’s important to not close the game but t force stop it, by going to the phone’s settings. The reason why you should do that is because if you close the application, your catch won’t be recorded.

So, since you have enabled GPS and you went hunting, by looking at the bottom right of the map screen, you’ll see if a Pokemon is nearby and the distance to it is indicated by the footprints. Only one footprint will appear when you’re very close to that Pokemon, so prepare yourself to throw the Poke ball at it. After catching it, don’t stop here and continue to wander around and investigate areas where a Pokemon might hide. When you go out at night, you’ll find ghost types or the nocturnal fairy, while during the day, you’ll bump into other types of Pokemon, which are related to your surroundings (water-type Pokemon live near a river, grass-type Pokemon are hiding in parks or gardens etc.).

In Pokemon Go, you play as a trainer and every Pokemon from your collection will be trained in gyms that are also found on the map. Pokestops are other locations where you’ll check in and purchase different items, such as pokeballs, incubators, healing potions etc.