Thursday , November 22 2018 Ausdroid » Software » Apps, Games & Google Services » Google Play has gone full Pokémon Go crazy

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You may have heard of a little game called Pokémon Go, it’s been a little popular around here, as well as branching out into the broader community. Google Play has finally caught on and has gone full Pokémon crazy.

There’s the usual focus, with links to the game, as well as other titles on Google Play from The Pokémon Company, the company who owns the rights to the characters. You can also find books on how to play Pokémon Go, as well as other Pokémon titles like Conquest, X & Y, Omega & Ruby and loads more – then there’s the videos, of course there’s links to the TV show and all the movies available on Google Play Movies.

Finally, to cap it off if you go to the Games category of Google Play the full bar at the top has been taken over by Pokémon Go:
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If you want to get even more Pokémon in your life, you can find the series playing on both Netflix and Channel Ten’s TenPlay catch up service. To check out the Pokémon Go focus on Google Play, head over and check it out here.

Source: Google Play.

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Have they finally got all of indigo league on Netflix?

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