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The 2016 augmented reality game hit Pokemon Go was designed as an outdoor game where you walk around your own neighbourhood in search of digital creatures you can only see on your smartphone.
If you have an iPhone 5S or iPhone 6, be prepared to switch phones if you're still planning to play Pokémon Go. The mobile video game will have an update in mid-October that won't work on iOS 10 or 11 and Android 5.
Toss a coin to your smartphone: A new mobile game set in The Witcher fantasy universe is in development, in which players encounter deadly beasts in the world around them – and, of course, must kill them in creative ways.
One of the lingering problems for Pokemon Go has been raiding for players who may not have an active community or live in rural areas. They may live in a town with a single gym or they can have a home in the suburbs where many don’t play the game.
Pokémon Go updates its Raid Battle system, allowing users to invite friends to group battles and withdraw without wasting Battle Passes.
A 30-second reel for Pokémon Go focuses on the game's adaptation to Covid-19 confinement and the upcoming Go Fest 2020, July 25 and 26.
All the world's a stage as far as AR gaming company Niantic is concerned.
Every year since the hit game Pokemon Go sent hundreds of thousands of players around the world onto streets in search of rare creatures they could only see on their smartphones, die-hard fans have continued to meet up at the game's annual Go Fest.
Is Alibaba’s ‘Romance of the Three Kingdoms: Strategy Edition’ its first real entrance into mobile gaming?
A recent game published by e-commerce giant Alibaba is rising up global rankings in terms of revenue. Alibaba’s co-founder Jack Ma once said the company would not enter the gaming industry, but it has changed its tune in recent years.
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