Pokemon Go is developed on Niantic's real world gaming platform, it allows players to use real locations and urge them to explore in the actual world to track down pokemon region map (the real world will be the setting on this game). As you explore your areas, the game enables you to capture more than a hundred varieties of Pokemon, similar to that of their video game series which they uses real world locations like New York, Paris, and the regions of Japan (Kanto and Hokkaido).
You can seize and capture countless of Pokemon by exploring within your cities, towns and even around the globe. Once your mobile smartphone vibrates as you move around, that's the signal you are near a Pokemon. As soon as you found a Pokemon, target that Pokemon by aiming on your smartphone's touchscreen, once you already aiming at it, you can easily catch it by simply throwing a Poké Ball. Be sure to hit it with a Poké Ball or it could possibly escape. At the same time, you should search for PokéStops situated at significant places, like for example: monuments, public art installations, historical markers and other areas or places with similar nature to be able to gather more Poké Balls and other sorts of items.