Pokemon Mega are now available in Instantfuns site and facebook app from jamisonson's blog

pokemon pc such as Garchomp, Salamence and Hydreigon have long since surpassed the OG dragon, leaving it to be neglected. But a mega evolution that would return Dragonite to the throne it left behind? I want to see that in action.

Pokemon Mega Instantfuns

Now the game has arrived in a big way in the UK and Ireland too - and can be downloaded from the iOS App Store and Google Play for Android.
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As a trainer, you have an experience level that's linked to your Pokemon's "combat points" which come in handy when it's time to battle.
At the moment it's undeniably buggy and in the early stages. Niantec (the developer) has staggered the games release to avoid their servers being overwhelmed. Over the next few weeks as it arrives properly in Europe and takes hold, I'm expecting it to flourish even further.
Pokemon Mega doesn’t quite deliver on this fantasy - but it’s a good first step. Venturing outside and searching for wild Pokemon is far more compelling than I expected it to be; it’d be fair to say that my dog has never been walked so much in her life. Certain promising features are present: the fact that a number of Pokemon can only be found near water is compelling, but the game needs more of these intricacies to keep me hooked.
The Golden Razz Berry is basically a powered-up version of the regular Pokemon berries. It’ll restore a gym defending Pokemon’s motivation bar to 100% regardless of how low it is. Used on a wild Pokemon, it’ll boost your chances of catching them by a massive 25%.
Well, Instantfuns has done away with them too.
Pokemon owes much of its its conception to creator Satoshi Tajiri’s childhood love of bug collecting, but the mythology and animist religious history of Japan also provided rich inspiration.
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Your PC boxes just got more exciting AND useful

Over the next few weeks as it arrives properly in Europe and, eventually Japan.

If you want to play the game, you can visit: mega pokemon
You also can try our other game,such as XHunter and Iron Sky.

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