How to Find and Catch more Pokemon in Pokemon Go
In the game, you use a mobile device's GPS capability to locate, capture, battle, and train virtual Pokemon, who appears on the screen as if you are in the same real-world location. Pokemon Go allows you to locate and catch more than a hundred species of Pokemons in your surroundings. Below tips are shared by Mmogah.
How to locate more pokemon go pokemons?
Get on your feet and step outside to find and catch wild Pokemons. Explore cities, towns and parks around where you live and even around the globe. You can also look for your interesting places, such as public art installations, historical markers, and monuments, where you can collect more Pokemons. As you move around, your smartphone will vibrate to let you know you're near a Pokemon.
Use your radar ring to discover Pokemons
As you wander the world, your avatar has a small pulsing ring that glows around it. This ring is your personal radar in the game. Once a Pokemon appears in your screen, it should be within 700-1000 feet of your location. If you walk around sidewalk or street in your area, your radar ring should bring pokemon out of hiding, so you don't have to jump your neighbor's fence or run through graveyards to find wandering Pokemons, your radar can reveal them without any extra work on your part.
Incense and Lures are important for you to find more Pokemons
Incense is one of the most vital and valuable trainer tools for catching more Pokemons and rare Pokemons. It is a valuable freebie or purchased commodity but a limited resource in Pokemon Go, so you need to make sure to get the most out of it.
Incense will spawn 1 Pokemon every 5 minutes while you’re standing still, but Pokemon will spawn every 1 minute or 200 meters when you’re moving.
Lures are purchasable items that work like more powerful Incense, and they are attached to a specific location - a PokeStop of your choosing. Lures will attract a great number of pokemons to the attached PokeStop.
You can find quite a few Pokemons by attaching Lures to your local coffee shop or bar, just sitting back and waiting. You'll usually get a new Pokemon spawn inside the Lure every 3-5 minutes, there is a chance of a rare Pokemon appears.
Hatching eggs is a good way to get more Pokemons
There are three types of eggs in the game: 2km, 5km and 10km, which translates to the amount of kilometers, you must walk in real life in order to hatch the eggs. Once you have walked the given distance, the egg will hatch and give you a Pokemon.
In general, the lower kilometer eggs typically give players relatively common Pokemon like as Bulbasaur, Pidgey and Zubat. Once you get into the 5km and 10km area, rare Pokemons may be your rewards, such as Dratini, Lapras, and Chansey, maybe you will never come across them in the wild, but it is possible to hatch them, so try to walk a long distance.
When you are ready to catch Pokemon, you should turn off AR (augmented reality)
It's pretty awesome to see that Pikachu spawn on your coffee machine, but AR can make it more difficult to catch your creatures, and drain your battery, too. To keep your device steady and ready for anything, flip AR off, and you can always turn it on when you find a Pokemon in a particularly hilarious location.
Once you find a Pokemon, it's time to use your Poke Balls
Once you've encountered a Pokemon, take aim on your smartphone's touch screen and throw a Poke Ball to catch it. You'll need a supply of Poke Balls to claim the Pokemon as your own. The Professor gives you a fair amount initially, but if your space is running low, you can stock up at a PokeStop. You'll also get better quality Poke Balls as you level up. Great Balls and Ultra Balls have a greater chance of success than average Poke Balls. You may have to throw several Poke Balls until you catch the Pokemon. Be careful when you try to catch it, or it might run away! After catching a Pokemon, you’ll see a red light in the center of the Poke Ball. If this light fades, congratulations! You have captured a Pokemon.
All in all, you should master several methods to prevent you from missing Pokemons when you see them.