Pokémon Go has created a huge buzz in the augmented reality gaming space. The internet is flooding with a lot of information about the game.
Many people are talking about the tips and tricks you need to know about the game, the way to download and get the game on your device before its official launch, etc. But, those who have started playing Pokémon Go will be thinking about how to find the rarest Pokémons.
Well, it is possible to find the rarest creatures on Pokémon Go using custom maps. There are custom Pokémon Go maps that help in finding the precise location of the rare creatures with varying levels of accuracy.
There are three Pokémon Go custom maps that have been unleashed by the Pokémon community and each of these has their own advantage over the others. If you are an eager Pokémon Go fan, you can try one of these maps to add fun to the Pokémon-hunting adventure.
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Gotta Catch 'Em All
This is the best tool for Pokémon hunting as it includes Pokémon sightings across different categories including Epics, Ultra Rares, Rares, Uncommon and Common. The mapping tool has a broad set of sorting options to find the desired Pokémon by marking its natural habitats using tiny icons around the real-world location.
However, you cannot use the tool from anywhere other than Boston and this is the major limitation of this tool. There are hopes that it will expand to other cities and countries as well in the future.
This is useful in pointing out the most common Pokémons found near your locality with the help of documented information on the last catch that was successful and the current whereabouts of the monster that is based on the previous sightings in your region.
The Pokémons can be distinguished with the Chance of Sighting rating as well as the time when the species is expected to appear at a given location in the map. This tool is still in the infancy stage and it needs more documentation work to be done to make it reliable.
The Pokemapper tool has limited sorting and tracking options that doesn't make it suitable for the newbies to the game. It does not support GPS coverage or mapping support in rural areas. Even in larger towns, you can get only limited data availability. It is widely used despite these limitations as it is widely available in the market covering a broader userbase.