Short Bytes: A YouTuber has figured out how to play Pokemon Go on a PC. He has shared a detailed tutorial that shows how to perform this hack by installing BlueStacks Android emulator and a GPS spoofing app. Using this Pokemon Go cheat, you can play the game by staying inside your home. Please note that playing Pokemon Go on the computer is against the Nintendo’s terms of services.
This location-based augmented reality game is being played by millions of people all across America. Nintendo is working to expand its availability in other regions and bring along more people to this Pokemon-party.
To play the game, you need to walk around and catch Pokemons. For this purpose, the game uses your smartphone’s GPS. So, if you are thinking of using an Android emulator like BlueStacks to play this game on your PC, you need to do something more.
Use a GPS spoofing app to play Pokemon Go on PC
You need to fake your GPS location with the help of a GPS spoofing application. A YouTuber named Travis D has done the same by installing the GPS spoofing application on his rooted device. Doing this, you can play Pokemon Go from your desk, without any need to step outside. This little hack also saves the effort of walking around.
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Travis D has even created a detailed guide that shows how to play Pokemon Go on your computer using BlueStacks. The video tutorial also mentions all the applications needed to get Pokemon Go running on your desktop.
This process of running Pokemon Go on your computer takes just about 20 minutes. But, let me tell you that it’s not the best way to play the game. Playing Pokemon Go on PC kills all the appeal and immersive feeling brought along by all the walking around.
Apart from this tricks, other players are slowly coming up with their own cheats to hatch the eggs quicker. It turns out that attaching the smartphone to some device like the ceiling fans, turntables, wheels etc. makes the avatar walk around faster.
Note: While this game is free, playing it on PC is against the terms of Pokemon Go–so use this method at your own risk.
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