‘Pokemon GO’ Cheats, Tips & Tricks: Obtain Rare Pokemons Using These Simple Hacks

By Staff Reporter , Updated Sep 27, 2016 11:29 AM EDT
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"Pokemon GO" slayers are experts and may not need these simple tricks, but if you are a starter, this may help you level up a bit more. Do you want to get that rare Pokemon instantly? Here's how you can easily get them amid the chaos of Pokemon hunting.

For regular Pokemons, you can easily find them in heavily populated areas. But for rare ones like Snorlax and Gyarados, they are usually spotted in the wilds. Other "Pokemon GO" players resort to evolve their collected Pokemons to their higher forms.

In "Pokemon GO," it's easier to evolve rare ones than catching them outside. A good example of evolving a Pokemon is obtaining Gyarados by collecting enough numbers of Magikarp and grind them to candies. These way takes longer to work, but eventually does the trick.

Snorlax, on the other hand, can also be acquired by hatching it. A "Pokemon GO" will need to have an incubator in order to hatch eggs. Snorlax is one of the many Pokemons that is very hard to obtain. Players usually take the shortcut by hatching them.

Take note that you need at least 10 KM Egg in order to hatch a Snorlax. The 10 KM Egg should be walked with the "Pokemon GO" app opened. Walking is highly suggested, but biking or taking the skateboard will also work. Unfortunately, the app can detect "overspeeding" such as the gamer riding a cab or a car; it won't work on these situations.

Some of the few Pokemons you can acquire per kilometer include Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle and Caterpie (2 Kilometers). Ekans, Sandshrew, Nidoran (female) and Nidoran (male) (5 Kilometers) and Onix, Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan and Chansey (10 Kilometers.) Have you figured out how to catch some of the rare Pokemons on the "Pokemon GO" game? Check us here on GameNGuide for more Pokemon GO Tips and Tricks. 

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