Pokemon GO is a new installment in the Pokemon saga for smartphones that, despite being launched in 2016, still remains one of the most popular video games of all times. Now you can capture and battle with Pokemon in real life, and go on adventures with your friends to hunt for this franchise's most emblematic creatures. And who knows, maybe even meet new people along the way. The main idea behind Pokemon GO is that you go out into the real world (well, onto the streets, parks and monuments) to find and catch (using Pokeballs) as many Pokemon as you can.
The idea is that you'll make groups of Pokemon trainers (called teams) and try to beat other teams throughout the world in order to take their place at the top of the rankings. The gameplay in Pokemon GO is very similar to the previous installments in the saga (also made by Niantic) so if you've played before, you'll have no problem understanding how it works. Basically, you have to walk around while you check your Pokedex (your inventory where you store all of your Pokemon), looking out for any wild Pokemon encounters.
When you see one, of course, you have to try to catch it before it escapes. That's why it's important to keep an eye on your surroundings at all times. Catch 'em all! Go out into the real world, find and capture as many Pokemon as you can.
It's an adventure that only gets better every time you play.. unless of course you run out of Pokeballs.