Pokemon Go might be one of the biggest mobile games of all time, but it's not the only Pokemon game on the App Store. This week, it was joined by a goofy game called Magikarp Jump, which won't make nearly the splash that Pokemon Go made, but is entertaining enough in its own right. Show More Summary
The Pokémon Company has released a casual Pokémon game centered around Magikarp!. If you're tired of walking around your city trying to catch all the Pokémon in Pokémon GO, but are still looking to satisfy your Poké-thirst, you'll want...Show More Summary
The Pokémon you want, but without leaving the house. Maybe you're tired of walking playing Pokémon Go but still need to get a Pokémon fix — well, why not give the new Magikarp Jump game a try? This casual Pokémon-themed game is far less involved than Go but still kicks in with the nostalgia we crave. Show More Summary
The Pokemon Company has launched a new game for Apple's iPhone and iPad, Magikarp Jump, looking to build in a small way off of the success of Pokemon Go.
Tired of getting the runaround in Pokemon Go? The newest official Pokemon mobile game lets you train up a pocket monster to do all the moving for you, and it's called Magikarp Jump
It's pretty obvious that Pokémon Go wouldn't have been the worldwide success without, well, Pokemon. Niantic and Nintendo tapped a phenomenally rich vein of wish fulfillment when they sent people scurrying around the real world catching monsters on their phone. Show More Summary
Coming from Niantic... “Niantic is committed to maintaining the state of Pokémon GO and our community of Trainers. People who violate the Pokémon GO Terms of Service (including by using third party software and other cheats) may have their gameplay affected and may not be able to see all the Pokémon around them. Show More Summary
Move over Pokémon Go, there's a new mobile Pokémon game in town: Magikarp Jump. The app stars Pokémon's most pathetic creature in a new Pokésport - jumping. But perhaps most interesting is the game's way of tackling its free to play mechanics. Read more…
Those too lazy to get up and go play Pokémon GO the way it was intended have turned to third-party software to roam the game and collect monsters, without needing to physically move. Niantic has devised an interesting punishment forShow More Summary
Niantic, the company behind the insanely popular game Pokémon Go, has the most brilliant way to troll anyone who cheats in the game.
Niantic is always hard at work to try and crack down on cheating in Pokémon GO in all its various forms, but its latest tactic may be its most brutal yet, a true dagger in the heart of botters everywhere.
Pokémon GO developer Niantic has discovered an insidious new way to ruin a cheater’s day: give them stuff they don’t want. First spotted by the Pokémon GO subreddit The Silph Road, the changes rolled out last weekend. This new approach...Show More Summary
Niantic appears to be using machine learning to hide rare Pokémon from bot makers.
If you cheat in Pokemon GO, prepare to have your experience soured. Niantic seems to have implemented a new anti-cheat measure in the app that will make it so that "flagged" accounts can only see the most common Pokemon.
Please watch this episode. Watch it...and someone explain to me what the hell is going on. I know what it LOOKS like, but I also know that's not what's happening!
I've poured through data from various stock market resources, and while not all show the same data, multiple charts indicate Nintendo's closing stock price for May 23rd being higher than Nintendo's stock was back during the initial Pokemon GO boom. Show More Summary
Pokémon Go players report a new new anti-cheat feature in the app - which will hides rare monster from naughty accounts. In fact, if developer Niantic has flagged an account as cheating, it will only display common creatures like Pidgeys. Show More Summary
Niantic takes the sanctity of their game seriously, and is now punishing players who use tracking apps harshly. The on-going saga of Niantic’s battle with users who cheat at their game continues. The developer started issuing bans last August for players using third party apps to track Pokemon. Several complaints were filed with the FTC, […]
If a new investment round closes, it could bring Unity, which makes software at the heart of video games, $400 million and value it at about $2.6 billion.
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