Updated 11:29 AM EDT, Tue, Jun 16, 2020

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Catch Pokemon In The Real World Thru Mobile App Pokemon GO Plus

Pokemon : Ash and Pikachu

(Photo : getty images) Be like Ash and catch Pikachu in the real world.

Being able to find, catch, and battle Pokemon in the real world is unusual but cool especially for players by just downloading a mobile application Pokemon GO Plus.

The Verge reports that Pokemon Go is not only the first Pokemon on mobile devices but it is most unusual enough that The Pokemon Company decided to hold a rare press conference in Tokyo on Sept. 10 to explain the whole concept.

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The game is developed by Niantic which is the former Google internal startup behind GPS-powered AR game Ingress, an augmented-reality massively multiplayer online role-playing location-based game. It comes with the help of a Bluetooth wristband Pokemon GO Plus, which is the weirdest aspect of the whole concept.

According to IGN, Pokemon GO Plus connects to the smartphone via Bluetooth. It allows the player to perform basic commands in-game such as catching a Pokemon at the press of a button without having to actively use your phone. It also notifies players of nearby Pokemon and other events by flashing and vibrating. Players can also train and prepare their captured Pokemon to do battle with other Pokemon seen in the community like streets, train stations, and parks. They can also trade their Pokemon to other Pokemon GO players.

The high-tech device is created and manufactured by Nintendo. It is not only wearing just a watch but also clipping it onto a shirt or jacket pocket, making it convenient to bring and wear anywhere.

Pokemon Go Plus was developed to cater the needs of Nintendo users that are complaining of too much time always looking at their own phones.

No price has been set yet for the smartwatch, but the game will be "free-to-start" with in-app purchases, will be compatible for iOS and Android mobile OS, and will be free to download on the App Store and Google Play in 2016.

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