Mar 17, 2020

Get Pokemon on Your Android Device

Removing category that seems to be a poor fit, based on votes from the Category Guardian

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You can now play the famous creature-collecting game on your Android device. If you're looking to play Pokémon GO, the first place to check is the Google Play Store. However, for the many countries where the app is not available through Google Play, there is also a third-party method that'll allow you to download the game without using the Play Store. Additionally, hardcore fans can use Game Boy and DS emulators just to play other Pokémon games on their Androids. Game Boy versions of Pokémon are light enough to work well on Android devices.  
 
You can now play the famous creature-collecting game on your Android device. If you're looking to play Pokémon GO, the first place to check is the Google Play Store. However, for the many countries where the app is not available through Google Play, there is also a third-party method that'll allow you to download the game without using the Play Store. Additionally, hardcore fans can use Game Boy and DS emulators just to play other Pokémon games on their Androids. Game Boy versions of Pokémon are light enough to work well on Android devices.  
[[Category:Emulators and Roms]]
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== Steps ==
 
== Steps ==


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