The Pokemon Go Play Guide will explain you everything about the game. The Pokémon Go is a free GPS based smart phone game developed and designed by Niantic and published by The Pokémon Company.
Released: In 2016
Pokémon Go allows players to capture, train virtual creatures, battle, called Pokémon, who appear on device screens as though in the real world. Anybody can play this game with GPS and Camera feature of compatible devices.
The concept for the Pokémon was conceived in 2014 by Satoru Iwata of Nintendo and Tsunekazu Ishihara of The Pokémon Company as an April Fools’ Day collaboration with Google, called Pokémon Challenge. Ishihara had been a fan of developer Niantic’s previous augmented reality game, Ingress, and saw the game’s concept as a perfect match for the Pokémon series.
Niantic used data from Ingress to populate the locations for PokéStops and gyms within Pokémon Go. In 2015, Ishihara dedicated his speech at the game’s announcement on September 10 to Iwata, who had died two months earlier.
The game’s soundtrack was written by longtime Pokémon series composer, Junichi Masuda, who also assisted with some of the game’s design.