The streets, the office, the shops, and even the police stations are filled them. These newly minted Pokemon trainers are roaming the world to catch them all. There is even a man named Nick Johnson from New York who has caught all of the available Pokemon including the regional ones (Mr. Mime in Western Europe; Tauros in North America; Farfetch’d in Asia; and Kangaskhan in Australia). He shares his top tips here. If you’re like me and curious about all the Pokemon in the Pokedex, a complete list can be found here.To be honest, the idea of augmenting reality is amazing. It can get quite addicting too with such a familiar franchise, but to some hardcore
To be honest, the idea of augmenting reality is amazing. It can get quite addicting too with such a familiar franchise, but to some hardcore fans, it is not enough.
Enter Matan Shelomi, who published “A Phylogeny and Evolutionary History of the Pokemon,” one of the most impressive unscientific endeavor at categorizing the Pokemon species into a comprehensive evolutionary tree. His work published in 2012, about the possible evolution of Pokemon is light hearted attempt at tackling the vexing problem of the origins of the pocket monsters from the seas to land.
His paper can be found here.
Do you think it’s comprehensive enough? Do you have a crazy Pokemon Go Story, you’d like to share? Tell us in the comments below.