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Published: Sat, June 24, 2017
Tech | By Dwayne Harmon

Pokemon Go marks mark of shame on Pokemon caught by third party

Pokemon Go marks mark of shame on Pokemon caught by third party

"Starting today, Pokémon caught using third-party services that circumvent normal gameplay will appear marked with a slash in the inventory and may not behave as expected". Additionally, these "Pokemon GO" players believe that the monsters who evolved prior to the new anti-cheat update will be reverted to their previous form. The cheating tools, provided by third-party sources, allow users to fool the Global Positioning System, find the location of different Pokemon, and even allow bots to catch the Pokemon for them. However, there is now a way to deal with the Niantic's anti-cheat update.

In a strongly-worded post on The Silph Road forum on Reddit, Niantic said that it wants to ensure that Pokemon Go remains a fun and fair experience for all Pokemon trainers.

But one thing that sets the gyms apart further from the PokeStops aside from the battling that'll be going on within them is that players will be rewarded with better and greater quantities of items if they pay more attention to their gyms and visit them more often. This Pokemon may not work as they are expected to be.

I hope it eats the pokemon around it in your inventory. Following this, Niantic has announced that there will be an update that specifically attacks cheaters.

Game developer Niantic is well aware that people are cheating when playing Pokemon Go.

It looks like the company is trying to do everything it can to make sure players don't and can't cheat, which is something that most Pokemon Go users probably don't have a problem with.

To view your badges, go to your Trainer Profile, scroll down to Gym Badges, then List. Unvisited Pokestops will also be shown through an indicator. Niantics has shut down the Pokemon Go gym because they are preparing the game for a much-dedicated set of gamers.

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