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Today we’re battling Darkrai in Pokemon GO during this monster’s Raid Hour, starting at 6PM local time. If you have the opportunity to drop in on a Darkrai raid, you’re going to want to know which Pokemon to take along to do your best in battle. And yes, there is a Shiny Darkrai in the game right now – if you win, you could potentially encounter a Shiny Darkrai.
Like Pokémon Go, Pikmin Bloom will encourage players to get outside and explore their neighborhoods. Only now, instead of catching Pidgey and Rattata, you’ll collect seedlings and create a squad of Pikmin. The more you walk, the more Pikmin you’ll collect. These plant-animal hybrid creatures come from Nintendo’s strategy and puzzle game franchise of the same name.
Niantic, the developer of the well-known Pokémon Go, has announced Pikmin Bloom, its latest AR game. The game was teased earlier this year, but there have been few details up to this point. The game will be available on mobile devices in Australia and Singapore starting Tuesday, then on phones worldwide in the coming days. Like Pokémon Go, Pikmin Bloom will be free to download, but there are few similarities between the two titles.
After Niantic redefined what it meant to “catch ’em all” with Pokemon Go in 2016, the developers have returned with another augmented reality mobile game—Pikmin Bloom. Whether the Pokemon Go craze only lasted a short while in your neighborhood or you still constantly play it, Niantic and Nintendo’s collaborative effort will hopefully make going outside more fun. Set to roll out globally on iOS and Android, here’s a look at Pikmin Bloom and how to play it.
Every Pokemon Go player wants to find and catch at least one shiny Pokemon in the game, and while it may seem easy, Shiny Pokemon are rare to find. You may be wondering, what are your chances of ever catching a Shiny Pokemon?. There are many hard-working fans among the...
Trainers, Niantic and Pokemon Go are celebrating the lives and the memory of friends and family who have moved on to another world with a special two-day event Dia de Muertos or the Day of the Dead. Dia de Muertos is a two-day event featuring many bonuses, Collection Challenge tasks,...
Pokemon Legends: Arceus is the upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive Pokemon game, which is to be launched on January 28, 2022. The game is set in a bygone era of the Sinnoh region’s history, when it was known as the Hisui region, long before the events of Pokémon Diamond and Pearl take place. It was stated that the objective of the game would be to create Hisui’s first Pokédex.
Legendary Raid Hour is another event that is loved among the Pokemon Go community. During this event Raids with a Legendary are sharply increased, giving us many chances of getting the perfect one. Legendary Raid Hour usually happens on a Wednesday from 6 PM to 7 PM local time. During...
While Pokemon GO is being overrun with spooky Ghost-type Pokemon, fans in the real world can take their Pokemon pride to the next level with some cool Pokemon GO jack-o-lantern stencils. Here’s how to find and use them. Pokémon GO Stencils: How to Download and Use Them. On the official...
If there’s one word to describe November in “Pokemon Go,” it would be “anticipation.” The month doesn’t have big splashy raids, and there hasn’t been many groundbreaking announcements. The highlight of the month is likely Shinx Community Day, which is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 21. Until...
With Pokemon GO celebrating Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) starting on the first of next month, a plethora of Pokemon will be available for players to catch. Naturally, with Pokemon GO trainers racking up catches and candies, some wonder which of these available Pokemon can evolve into more powerful forms.
On Oct. 21, Niantic published a video on the official Pokemon GO YouTube channel, marking the beginning of a new web series: Developer Diaries. Here’s what the first episode covered. In the video, Niantic Director of Global Product Marketing Micheal Steranka took fans behind-the-scenes for one of Pokemon GO’s most...
Within the span of a week after the launch of Pokemon Go, Niantic went from “that weird company that made Ingress” to a global superstar, grossing millions from their Pocket Monster project. After they took off, they collaborated for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, amid other upcoming IP-based deals like Transformers and Catan. Now they’re poised for a Pikmin Bloom download rollout.
Niantic has officially launched Pikmin Bloom in specific regions. It is finally happening, the official launch of a brand new AR game from Niantic, you know, the creators of Pokemon Go. From what has been revealed so far, it appears that this new app will offer much of the wonder from their previous app, and give players an adorable new way to get in their daily exercise.
AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. — "Pikmin Bloom," a long-anticipated augmented reality game created by Niantic and Nintendo, has officially launched oniOS. The new AR title...
The Pokemon Go developer’s latest augmented reality game Pikmin Bloom has started rolling out globally. Currently the game is only out in Australia and Singapore, but is set to come out in more countries over the next few days. The game is similar to Pokemon Go; your main goal is to collect and grow Pikmin. You plant the Pikmin in your backpack, and like hatching an egg in Pokemon Go, you need to walk a certain number of steps before they’re ready.