This Guy Hacked 'Pokemon GO' To Find Rare Pokemon
This Guy Hacked 'Pokemon GO' To Find Rare Pokemon

As we all know that the Pokémon Go is a very entertaining game, however, it is far from perfect and recently a guy may have hacked the ‘Pokemon GO’ code just to find rare Pokemon that shouldn’t be available yet.

This Guy Hacked ‘Pokemon GO’ To Find Rare Pokemon

Do you play “Pokemon GO”? and the answer is yes, you do. You are presumably pondering either or not you will be able to catch the legendary Pokemon in Pokemon GO, like Mewtwo. Yes, Mewtwo, it appears to be a unique Pokemon that Niantic and Nintendo have not still released in the game Pokemon GO so far.

What if I say that right now, we know that the code for the super rare Pokemon exists just inside the game only. Yes, now you might be thinking that “how to decode that code?”. But right now there’s no way to actually encounter them. Hence, we are just presuming that they will be automatically unlocked as a part of some kind of special event or big game update someday in the fate.

Today we found a solution for your problem regarding the rare Pokemon. As we must thank to some smart code manipulation from the YouTuber FrozenAquaCat, in just two separate videos the YouTuber FrozenAquaCat has posted online that how he is transforming the game Pokemon GO while he is playing, Where the YouTuber FrozenAquaCat making a very common Pokemon Rattata to convert something incredibly rare Pokemon like Ditto.

Here is the first video:-

Basically, the YouTuber FrozenAquaCat does this by running the game PokemonGO on a PC rather than using it on a smartphone by just falsifying the GPS location to make the game believe that he is walking around. However, there are guides available for how to do this trick online, but if you try this just to trick the game Pokemon GO online, then there is a good possibility that you will get banned from the game for forever. So, if you are still willing to try all these guides and tricks then just try at your own risk.

But the Business Insider notes an odd thing about the video posted below by the YouTuber FrozenAquaCat, as every Pokemon has a unique identification number which associated with it like Ditto is #132, Pikachu is #025, and Zapdos is #145.

Here is the second video:-

However, in the video the YouTuber FrozenAquaCat enters the code “143” that causes a Zapdos to spawn and “143” is actually the unique identification number for Snorlax, hence, it is not sure that from where that specific flaw is occurring.