DID YOU KNOW
Pokemon Go has overtaken Twitter in the number of users in the United States when it was launched in the U.S., Australia, and New Zealand in 2016. This mobile game application which was conceptualized by Satoru Iwata of Nintendo and Tsunekazu Ishihara has earned the reputation of a phenomenal game. Why? Well, because it has taken gamers out of the living rooms on to the streets in the quest for capturing, training and battling the best Legendary Pokemon. In fact, this is a spin-off of the highest-grossing media franchises of all time Pokemon. Interestingly, Pokemon Go skyrocketed in a span of a week to the top of the Apple Store and Google Play. It got about 6 million downloads on its first day of launch and hitting 1.2 billion accumulated revenue for the whole fiscal year of 2017. Following its sudden popularity, people started to look for Pokemon Go tips and tricks to help them become a Pokemon pro.
Consequently, Nintendo’s market value increased by 9 billion US dollars in just five days after the release. According to some contributors on Quora, its craze seems to have its roots in its simplest nature. Users are amused to find themselves roaming around the real world while being deeply engaged and immersed in the Pokemon world. Moreover, Pokemon Go was awarded as the Best Mobile and Handheld Game in The Game Awards 2016. Unfortunately, the game has been in rapid decline although it still generates significant revenues. Of course, some people are still playing this game. As long as its players keep buying coins on the game then it will keep on going. But if you are tired of playing this mobile game, there are other Pokemon PC games that you could play instead.