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Someone decoded Pokemon Go and now we know a whole lot more juicy info about the gaming app. The data-mine was posted on Reddit, and thanks to the blog pokemonfortress blog we’ve got a list of things we didn’t already know about. So for all you Pokemon goers out there, enjoy all these hacks and tips.

When battling other Pokemon, it’s all about Pokemon types. So when battling your next gym in the game, take a look at this table for some tips on how to win.

If you really want to catch ’em all, it’s probably time to try out some cheeky Pokemon GO cheats. If you pay close attention, there’s a whole bunch of tips, hints and hacks out there to boost your game play by raking in more XP points and high level Pokemon.

It’s all anyone can talk about – from excitable children through to manic looking business workers on their morning commute – everyone is pointing their phone left, right and centre in the outside world to get their hands on the cute creatures of Pokémon Go. These tips and hacks will make playing the game so much easier.

All new Pokemon GO players are probably familiar with Pokestops and Gyms. Fear not because here’s Metro.co.uk’s guide for Pokemon GO Gyms and battles to get your Pokemon in tip top fighting shape.

It turns out that London’s most famous waterway is a hotbed for Pokémon – and now a two hour fishing cruise is being offered to allow budding Pokémon masters to catch a variety of rare beasts, including Squirtle, Starmie and Gyarados. The 2-hour cruise is being held on the MV Hurlingham – and costs £5 for children, or £10 for adults too – because we’re all especially keen on living out our childhood dreams once again.

When you dash across the road to catch your next Poliwag this lunchtime, you might want to check your data.

If you play Pokemon Go, then you should be wary of the dangers of actually going outside and doing things rather than sitting on your arse all day.

There is finally a way of finding rare Pokemon – without hanging around on the Pokemon GO app waiting for one to pop up. A new app has been launched – called Poke Radar – that allows Pokemon GO players to add rare Pokemon sightings to a map so others can find them too.

Pokémon Go could get hella more realistic – after the developers behind the game revealed that the future could involve contact lenses that allow you to see Pokémon in REAL LIFE. The exciting development has been touted by John Hanke, CEO of developers Niantic – and would essentially allow you to view Pokémon, Poke Stops and even Poke Gyms as if they existed in our world.

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