Unavowed: Central Park Walkthrough Guide

Unavowed By: Wadjet Eye Games Unavowed is the latest point-and-click adventure from Wadjet Eye Games. Unfortunately, it's not on iOS yet, but I decided to cover it anyway. This is the fifth part of my walkthrough guide and will take you through the forth case at St. at Astor Place and Central Park. Origin | Case 1 - East Village | Case 2 - The Bronx | Case 3 - Staten Island…

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After the Latest Update, I’ve Nearly Stopped Playing ‘Pokemon Go’ Altogether

Pokémon GO By: Niantic, Inc. (Nintendo) I admit I was already getting bored of Pokemon Go, considering I spent the first few weeks walking around for hours a day, caught over 2000 Pokemon and filled my Pokedex with over 100 different species. New York City, especially Manhattan, is packed with Poke Stops and gyms. So even if I'm still missing 40+ Pokemon from my Pokedex, there's no shortage of common Pokemon. I…

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How to Transfer Pokemon in Version 1.1.0 of Pokemon GO

Pokémon GO By: Niantic, Inc. (Nintendo) Niantic released an update to Pokemon Go that changes quite a few things. Most notably, the footprints below each Pokemon in the Nearby Pokemon list are all gone. So instead of fixing the tracking, they got rid of it altogether. They also sent cease-and-desist letters to all the third party tracking sites and apps, like Pokevision. So at least for now, there's no way to track…

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Pokemon GO Walkthrough Guide: Use This IV Calculator To Determine Which Pokemon to Keep and Evolve

Pokémon GO By: Niantic, Inc. (Nintendo) I've played Pokemon Go quite a bit. So much so that I'm burnt out somewhat from catching the same Pokemon over and over and over and have been taking some breaks from it. But I recently came across this great calculator that determines a Pokemon's IV (hidden individual values) and whether it's worth holding onto. It takes the name, HP, CP and current cost of stardust…

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Tracking in ‘Pokemon GO’ is Currently Broken

Pokémon GO By: Niantic, Inc. (Nintendo) I explained in my walkthrough guide last week how to use the "Nearby" list in Pokemon Go to track Pokemon. The game used to show Pokemon that were already visible at the top of the list with no footprints. As Pokemon got further from you, they'd have one, two or three footprints so you could see if you're getting closer to them. This is how the…

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