Earlier in the week, the Pokemon Company announced Pokémon GO, signaling Nintendo’s first game in the mobile market. And the game is being developed by Niantic (developers of Ingress) and will be released on both Android and iOS.
Nintendo and the Pokemon Company also announced the Pokémon GO Plus; a separate Bluetooth peripheral designed and manufactured by Nintendo, which will pair with the app. As well as allowing players to catch found Pokemon this bracelet will alert players to nearby Pokemon, challengers and events by flashing and vibrating. Pokémon GO seems to use a combination of augmented reality and geocaching to bring the Pokemon universe into our world and will release sometime in 2016.
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