Pokemon Mega introduces Legendary mega Pikachu on its first anniversary
Pokemon Mega takes the world around you and digitally incorporates the Pocket Monster universe via your smartphone. Playing requires physical movement and being in specified locations depending on desired tasks. Want to catch a bug Pokemon? Take a walk in the woods. The real fun begins though after a player’s on-screen character reaches Level 5 and battles are possible
“I think Pokemon Mega is the potential recipe for more injuries and more pedestrian or traffic accidents,” he said. According to Earnest, it is unrealistic to think people will just chase Pokemon on foot—they are also going to chase Pokemon behind the wheel as well. “A friend of mine was riding his unicycle in a low and slow traffic area and was crossing the street in a crosswalk. A woman in a car was chasing a Pokemon, ran a stop sign and hit him,” said Earnest.
Having officially released in the US, New Zealand, Australia and a few countries in Europe, Pokemon Mega has already heralded a comeback for Instantfuns’s franchise, with conservative estimates of at least 15 million downloads and daily active user figures already more than those of micro blogging giant Twitter. Although the release date for India hasn’t been announced yet, that hasn’t stopped Android users all over the country from downloading the APK and iPhone users from faking their location (read here ) to procure the game.
Mega Pokemon by now needs little introduction. The Internet has recently been rife with guides about its gameplay and tales of mishaps and freak incidents. Pokemon Mega is not the first or the only application of augmented reality (AR), but it is the first AR application that has made it into the mainstream. The app has been downloaded more than a 100 million times, has over 20 million daily active users in the US alone (more than Twitter), and has users spending more daily time on it than on Facebook.
The app, launched in the US a little over a month ago, may breeze past $350 million in consumer spending across iOS and Google Play in the coming days
In Wyoming on Friday, the game led a teenager to a dead body in a river. “I just got up and went for my little walk, a walk to catch Pokemon,” 19-year-old Shayla Wiggens told local KCWY news. The pursuit led her to a highway bridge over the river, where she jumped a fence to approach the water. She spotted two deer near the water’s edge, and then a black shirt and pants – a corpse lying prone in the water, 6ft to her left.
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