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Pokemon GO takes place in the world around you, and invites you to go out and explore the area. There are Pokestops which offer items, and these Pokestops are typically interesting places such as libraries, churches, parks, etc. Pokemon also typically stay in regions which appeal to them, water Pokemon show up more frequently around ponds or lakes, while normal Pokemon (Mouth, Ratatta, and Eevee) show up more in urban areas. See More
The Pokémon team grouped up with Nyantic Labs (creators of Ingress) for Pokémon GO. Nyantic Labs is affiliated with Google, and use Google's data to create a vast database of public areas. The partnership with the Pokemon Team allows Pokemon GO to use Ingress data to have a rich experience right out of the gate, sharing many of the same points of interest. See More
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Ingress is a very social game best enjoyed by playing with others from your own faction. Leaders organize unofficial local Ingress and social events and Ingress has many opportunities to participate official "anomalies" where as many as a thousand players of all levels gather to wage a virtual war over a predetermined territory (usually larger cities or historical places). Occasional cross-faction events are organized to get to know the enemy. To find other players you can search Google+ or reach out to high level players of your own faction to ask them to how to get involved in your local community. Ingress has an official communities directory here. See More
Played this for several years until I became a teacher and life was taken over with work :/ See More
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Ingress Players share the portals with Pokemon GO players. They can get on your nerves by asking you for new stops. Absolutely Not Recommend Because of this. The only positive thing is the missions. They can really motivate you to explore the world and travel outside of your city. So future game developers, here is a good example for the future AR games. See More
Ingress will get you out and about, walk, bike, drive, swim, float or otherwise. You will notice more of your surroundings, more artworks and interesting places. You will explore areas to find potential new points of interest. It will get you fitter in the meantime. See More
It's an extremely fun concept, walking around and building up affinity with local nodes to you. However, the fun comes to an abrupt stop when a wandering high-level player, in one visit, levels your affinity and puts you in a position where you have no hope of affecting their control. The long-term and serious players leave new players with very little recourse. See More
Usually AR games require the player to leave their house in order to really play the game and advance, luckily Parallel Kingdom gives the player a pet dog that can go out and explore even when the player never leaves their house. See More
After having spent a few hours in game the balance of food earned does not match what is required to level up at a worthwhile pace. The game is unfairly balanced in order to force the player to spend real world money on a secondary currency. So those that have funds to waste on the game will advance quickly while those that do not will be left to pretty much languish. See More