Shiny Magikarp Is Pokemon GO’s Newest Prize, But The Game Is Playing A Trick


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Shiny Magikarp Is Pokemon GO’s Newest Prize, But The Game Is Playing A Trick
Shiny Pokémon have arrived in Pokémon GO. Earlier in the week, Niantic announced a surprise “Water Festival” that made water Pokémon more commonly available in areas that wouldn’t normally have them, including some rare monsters that have operated as endgame goals for a little while now. There was a secret lurking in the update, however: it also contained the first instances of “shiny” Pokémon, the ultra-rare color variants from the main game. Players reported seeing golden Magikarp shortly after the event went live, and soon found t...
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Pokémon GO: Water festival event! When is Start And End!


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Pokémon GO: Water festival event! When is Start And End!
Pokémon GO: Water festival event Trainers will encounter increases numbers of select water Pokémon, such as the hard-to-find Lapras and many Squirtle and Totodile evolutions in the wild, as well as the introduction of a free Magikarp hat. When does the Pokémon GO water day event start and end? The Pokémon Go Water Day event began at 1am PST on March 22 and will end at 1pm PST on March 29th – that’s 8:00pm UK time for each. Though developer Niantic hasn’t said as such, the event is likely celebrating World ...
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Did you know how to capture golden Magikarp and red Gyarados


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Did you know how to capture golden Magikarp and red Gyarados
Hello to all. Today we explain way how to catch golden Magikarp and red Gyarados. Some users have captured Pokémon of different colors like a golden Magikarp or a Gyarados of red color. For now it seems that these two Pokémon are the only ones available in shiny color. We do not know if Pokémon GO will end up getting more such Pokémon, as we do not have any official Niantic news yet. Pokémon Go has been undoubtedly one of the most outstanding games of the past year and continues to have much fame right now on all mobile devices. We have...
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‘Pokemon Go’ Nest Migration 17: What Spawns Have Changed?


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‘Pokemon Go’ Nest Migration 17: What Spawns Have Changed?
The latest Pokemon Go nest migration has just taken place. What spawns are different thing time around? In Pokemon Go, “nests” are areas in the real world where the same species of Pokemon spawns at a very high frequency, and so if you travel to a Slowpoke nest, you will likely encounter a number of Slowpokes all in the same area. However, to keep the game fresh, Niantic changes up the nests every two weeks so that they begin to output different Pokemon than they did before. Some nests, however, remain the same through this “migration,” and still ...
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Is YouTube Killing The Animation Industry or Not?


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Is YouTube Killing The Animation Industry or Not?
f you are watching 3-minute adult swim series (or any) on YouTube, which is an animation video, you could wonder that “How much time does it take to make an animated video of 2-3 minutes’ duration? Well, to define that, we need to look at how many types of animation content on YouTube first. Traditional animation Commonly known as cell animation, the animator draws the whole sequence on his storyboard (or light table) just like the old school Disney animation. Motion pictures like Lion King, Bandi, mickey mouse cartoons...
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Post-Mouse Maker Studios Trims Jobs


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Post-Mouse Maker Studios Trims Jobs
The ink isn’t even dry on the Disney/Maker Studios acquisition deal and the MCN is already gearing up for restructuring. As Variety first reported earlier today Maker has quietly announced that it will reduce its total workforce by 10%. Those layoffs could come as soon as this week. According to a statement released by Maker this layoffs are part of an ongoing process. “Maker’s business is constantly evolving, and we routinely reassess our internal resources and make strategic adjustments, reducing staff in some areas while actively hiring in others.” A Mak...
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Top 10 RPG or Role Playing Games for Xbox One


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Top 10 RPG or Role Playing Games for Xbox One
ack in 2016, there were many speculations that Japanese RPG games would find a base with Xbox and that many Japanese companies would release games made for the system. But that didn’t happen. However, Xb0x still has a lot of west manufactured RPG games and a few Japanese ones as well. Let us take a look at them. RPG games for Xbox One Role-playing games are games in which the player assumes the role of a character in the game. The actions of the character are bound to certain rules. RPG games may or may not have a typical storyli...
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YouTube’s Hidden Secret Easter Eggs


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YouTube’s Hidden Secret Easter Eggs
Easter Eggs are something which is a cool stuff hidden in the website or software. They are not shown on the User Interface to the user, but can be seen by searching it in a specific way. Easter Eggs provide fun to users when we know how to find them. As we know YouTube is the leading video hosting website owned by Google, it has some funny Easter Eggs. In this article, I will let you know some funny and hidden YouTube Easter Eggs so that you can give a try and have fun using YouTube. YouTube Easter Eggs The following YouTube Easter Eggs may make you t...
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Why Trump's Plan To Defund CDFIs Would Be Disastrous For America's Small Businesses


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Why Trump's Plan To Defund CDFIs Would Be Disastrous For America's Small Businesses
Perhaps unsurprisingly, President Trump’s first budget blueprint, released on March 16th, has attracted the usual mix of outrage, confusion, and support that we’ve all become accustomed to over the past year. While most people, politicians, and pundits opposed to the President’s policies focus their ire towards proposed cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Education, and yes, even PBS, one of the most damaging and controversial proposals is going largely unnoticed. Halfway through the Treasury Department’s barely two-page ove...
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