More Pokemon GO Details Released ! See How Charmeleon Evolves
by Camellia on Mar-30-16 14:26
Pokémon GO field test started on March 29th in Japan. Thanks to The Game Center’s gameplay video show more details about the game.
The video shows the function of trainer customization, which allows gamers to customize appearance and name of their character in game.
There are three options under the Pokéball image--items, Pokédex and Pokémon.
The loading page says “Remember to be alert at all times. Stay aware of your surroundings.”
lAll 151 original Pokemon included and separated into three classes: Normal, Legendary, and Mythic.
l232 moves, 95 of which are 'quick' moves. These include moves that are not in Pokemon Red / Blue / Yellow / Green Version.
lSomeone found a dodge function. Moves may not have 100% accuracy.
lBadges are Pokemon Go's version of Achievements and include walking a certain distance, Pokédex entries, and Pokemon captures, among others.
l7 "natures" have been discovered in the game: Stoic, Guardian, Assassin, Raider, Protector, Sentry, and Champion.
lAll Pokemon types, including Fairy, Dark, and Steel, are included in the files.
lEvolution works by collecting "evolution shards" from wild Pokemon to get "evolution stones." May or may not be unique for each Pokemon.
lThe game keeps track of things like distance walked, eggs hatched, etc. Walking may affect eggs hatching.
lTrainer customization. There are 52 items in total.
lIn-app purchases have been spotted and include "ball", "medicine", "food" bundles and "gem" packs. There are four tiers.
lItems found include Pokeballs, Potions, Max Revive, 3 battle items, and 5 types of Berries (Razz, Bluk, Nanab, Pinap, Wepear). These are then separated into six categories: Pokeball, Food, Medicine, Boost, Utilities, and Camera.
lThe trainer level cap seems to be at 50 for now. Inventory limit is 1000 for items and 500 for Pokemon and eggs.
lThe menu includes the Pokedex, Pokemon, and Items. Game engine is built on Unity.
lThe teams are blue, red, and yellow.
lThere seems to be a day-night cycle.