[Free Download] Pokemon GO MOD APK v0.255.2 (Fake GPS/Anti-Ban) Game for Android
I don’t rate games frequently, but I had to personally for this one merely as a thank you for the support crew.
The game itself is interesting and fascinating, even as a casual time-passer.
Unfortunately there have been some technical troubles on my end and I lost a nice Pokémon due of it once.
But thanks to the staff, and some documentation on my end, they were able to assist me out and retrieve it!
I truly enjoy this game.
My spouse and I have connected significantly through it over the years.
But lately it’s been acting buggy and lagging severely.
I can’t even buy coins anymore.
They don’t even present as an option anymore to buy.
I checked to make sure there were no unintentional parental restrictions and they have suddenly vanished.
I’ve been off and on since launch.
Which is fairly healthy I think.
The app continues to develop constantly with loads of amazing daily, weekly, and monthly material.
The recent version has increased animation rates substantially and I’m truly happy about it.
PoGo has become lightning quick and responsive.
With a 120hz screen its much more obvious, amazingly speedy loading now.
Hats off to you Niantic, this game has endured the test of time and has only gotten better.
Pretty nice game!
Only problem is, it’s pretty much winter where I live and there’s snow on the ground AND IT DOESN’T SHOW UP.
it’s simply green and it’s WEIRD.
Also I’ve had to delete the app and redownload it numerous times since I couldn’t turn the catching Pokemon with the camera and whatnot off.
When I redownload it it’s ok but really bothersome.
Definitely not a reason not to purchase it but just to let folks aware.
This app is what you make of it.
It may be a nice diversion to push one to get off of the sofa in their leisure time, or one might get hooked and wreck their life,spending money on a free to play game.
I want to emphasize my favorite element of Pokémon: Continuity.
This game isn’t a single item.
It is planned to be continued until the following installment.
Brilliant for marketing, but a tremendous engagement element.
What I find and work for now will be something I might benefit from later.
All of the nostalgia, all of the time, in all of the locations.
Definitely appreciate watching this game improve and progress, and look forward to seeing what the future brings!
My only gripe is that they haven’t incorporated a way to send in-game friend invitations to trainers you meet in gyms, or maybe from a list of trainers nearby (who opt in to be visible on the list, of course) I strongly suggest this game to everyone.
I adore how most of this game has progressed, but I HATE the fighting system.
Everything seemed stacked against me, I was given no pointers or lesson as someone new to game, simply put in there without knowing the mechanics and watching my mons taken off before I could build up a charged attack.
The turn-based battling of mainline games is a system that works, quit fiddling with it.
Overall, it’s a terrific game.
The only problem I have noticed is the extreme input latency in the team rocket and trainer matches.
The inputs will normally be approximately 3 to 5 seconds late from when I clicked on any button.
Also, scrolling through pokemon may be incredibly gritty and sluggish.
The events have been kind pretty uninteresting recently.
I still love the app for the most part.
Shiny hunting is always enjoyable, plus hey, the app motivates me to be more active, which is never a bad thing.
App was better on Android 11; it’s kind of choppy and not as smooth on 12.
Also the newest update that made everything “faster” is horrible.
I wouldn’t dislike it so much if the pokéball roll hadn’t been sped up to crazy heights.
Slow the pokéball roll back down and I can cope with the rest.