Pokémon GO is the rage that is sweeping the world! NOW you can maximize your Pokémon GO FUN by playing at iPlay America. iPlay America has TWO Pokéstops inside the park! One located at the IPA Speedway and another located in the iPlay America Event Center. These are the perfect way to have big FUN while piling up the Pokémon Pokéstop Rewards!Right now, there are several types of items that a Pokéstop can reward Pokémon GO players with each and every time they visit! Like a Pokéball — Given that this is by far the most common reward, Pokéstops are the most cost-effective way to ensure that you maintain a base level of Pokéballs that you can use to capture new monsters. Other great rewards include:
- Potion — Used to recover the HP of your Pokémon following a battle.
- Razz Berry — A consumable item that makes it easier to capture a particular Pokémon.
- Revive — If your Pokémon faints in a gym battle against a rival team, this will restore them to half their maximum health.
- Lucky Egg — A consumable item that doubles your experience gained for thirty minutes upon activation.
- Egg — A Pokémon that will only hatch after you walk 2KM, 5KM, or 10KM while it’s stored in an incubator.
Now here is some useful information to make your Pokémon GO experience even better!When trying to track Pokémon the footprints seen beneath the Pokémon is a signal as to how far away the Pokémon actually is, so, follow these tips to catch more Pokémon!
- Most people will understand that zero footprints mean you are practically on top of a wild Pokémon, and should actually be able to see it. One footprint is very close. Two is sort of close. Three is…well, this is the problem. There are various “ranges” of three footprints, but that’s not an exact science.
- When it comes to three footprints, you then have to switch to judging the order in which the Pokémon appear in the list. In the 3×3 grid, if a Pokémon is in the top left, it is the closest to you, even if everything has three footprints. If it is in the bottom right, it is the furthest, and may soon fall off the grid entirely if you keep walking away from it.
- So, what you do in order to find a specific Pokémon list is select them on the grid, which will circle them. But do NOT close the grid. There’s been a rumor that the grid will pulse when that Pokémon is near, but that’s wrong. It pulses when new Pokémon are added to the grid, and it does not have anything to do with distance.
- You do not want to close the grid and focus only on a single Pokémon, because you need to see its position within the grid in order to track it. You need to see it moving from between the #1 and #9 spots to gauge if you’re getting close or further away.
- So, go straight, in any direction, to start. If the Pokémon dips down one slot, it might just be something new being added to the grid, so give it a second. If it dips down two or three slots? You’re going the wrong way. Do a complete 180.
- Now, go straight that way. You should see it start to tick up. If it doesn’t get past the top three or four spots and starts to go down again if you keep walking, now that’s when you have to go left or right. Backtrack to where it was last highest on the list. Pick left or right. Go that way. If it starts dropping, you picked wrong. Do a complete 180 and go the other way.
- The trick is getting out of three footprint territory. Once you can finally track the Pokémon to no more than two footprints away, that means it is really close, and with just a tiny bit of trial and error searching using the above method, you should be on top of it soon enough.
- Once you find the Pokemon you’ve been tracking, make sure after all that effort you’ve loaded them up with berries and are throwing your best Pokéballs to ensure they don’t flee. They might anyway, but at least you did everything you could. If you catch them, enjoy, you just completed what is the probably most fun part of this game, a Pokémon treasure hunt.