Pokémon Go is less than 3 months but has become so popular. Its popularity has amazed me because it is yet to be officially available in most African countries yet it powers than other Nitendo games.
Wants to play this game? Though, Pokémon Go is not yet available in Nigeria but I am going to share with you how to play Pokémon Go in Nigeria.
Before you head over to download Pokémon Go, below are some requirements:
- At least 2GB of RAM
- Android 4.4 +
- Strong internet connectivity usually on 3G/4G/LTE
- High end device for smooth gaming as it may lag a bit in low-end devices like those of 512MB, 1GB RAM.
- Power bank for battery juice backups
How to Download Pokémon Go in Nigeria
Make sure your device meets up the required hardware specifications. Since Pokémon Go is not yet official in Nigeria, you cannot download it over the Google Play Store because it is localized a download.
There is an alternative way to download Pokémon Go over Play Store through setting VPN apps. Instead of using VPN apps that mirror you as from a specific Pokémon available country, try downloading it through this link. It is safe and faster. Once downloaded, install, enable GPS to enable you find more Pokémon in your location and enjoy the world of Pokémon.
Why is Pokémon Go popular and interesting?
The graphics and UI are amazing. The more you play, the more you will like the game. Hunt more PokéStop to build more PokéDex
How to Download Pokémon Go
When you have launched Pokémon Go, customize your avatar’s clothing. From the three Pokémon given to you, use one to catch other Pokémon near to you using your camera app. When you find a Pokémon closer to you, try to catch them using PokéBall at an aimed angle over its head like that when you play aiming games.
Note, the smaller the circle the easier to easier to catch Pokémon. Here is the take, when the circle turns green, it shows that the Pokémon is almost easier to catch and when it turns orange, the farther to be caught and red is no go area.
Play safe and be careful about traffic!