Frankly speaking, I had never before enjoyed playing with any game as much as Pokémon Go on my iPhone. Done with a number of boring games that hardly required physical activities, I had been waiting for this kind of augmented-reality game for a long time.
The best thing about Pokémon Go is that it pushes you to walk around and go for the kill to catch Pokémons. This enticing hunt for creatures does a great favor to your fitness as well. But, what if you don’t want to walk around or just wish to play the game indoors? You can still capture creatures while playing this game inside your home, school or office.
How to Play Pokémon Go without Going Outside
To play Pokémon Go without moving and catch Pokémons easily, you have got to be a little smart. You might have heard the idiom, “If you can’t kill your enemy in a straight fight, better trap it.” Same trick applies to this game.
Get the Best Use of Incense
Pokémon Go has a pretty nice feature called “Incense” which allows you to lure Pokémons. Once you have enabled Incense, it emits the mysterious fragrance that attracts creatures. Having been smitten by the fragrance, Pokémons come close to you and get caught in your trap.
Incense is Precious
When you start off the game, you are given two Incenses. After you have activated Incense, it lasts for 30 minutes. Even if you leave the game, it will continue to go on and get finished after the timeout.
If you don’t have Incense or have already spent it, you can buy it from the shop using Pokecoins. So, make sure to win a lot of Pokecoins while playing the game.
Some folks attach their iPhone to a drone and then mirror the device’ screen on a computer. As the drone walks around the nearby surroundings, they catch Pokémon from the comfort of their bed. If you don’t want to go outdoors but still want to play the game to your heart’s liking, it can be a good idea as well.
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com, who has a keen eye for news, rumors, and all the unusual stuff around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting content on social media.