Hey everyone, it’s Madeleine! I hope you’re all doing well. Today, I wanted to write a blog post instead of a video because it’s been almost a year since my last video. I’ve been quite busy with various projects and preparing for exams, so I haven’t had much time to make videos. But I thought it was about time to connect with you all again, so here we go!
In this blog post, I want to share a cool trick for Pokémon Go. As you can see on my screen, there’s a joystick in the middle. Why? Well, because during the lockdown, when we were all stuck at home, I wanted to play Pokémon Go without going outside. I didn’t want to walk around, and I wanted to stay at home. So, I found a solution – this joystick!
This joystick is amazing because it allows you to move around in the game without leaving your house. And guess what? I’m not even at home right now. I’m in New York, and it’s incredible! Look at the magic! I needed this to complete my Pokédex. Bam! Excellent throw! Even though I didn’t actually touch the screen, I still got an excellent throw. I’ll explain more about it in a future blog post.
But for now, let’s focus on how to install this joystick. First, open Google and search for « joystick for Pokémon Go. » There’s a popular option called « PS Japan Corp, » but that didn’t work for me. So, scroll down a bit and click on « Pet Shop. » From there, you can download the app. Once it’s downloaded, go to your files and install it.
After that, you can log in with your Facebook or Google account and use your existing Pokémon Go account. That’s it! You’ll have the joystick, and you can play the game from anywhere in the world. Just be careful because there are cooldown periods, so avoid teleporting to different locations too quickly. Make sure to respect the cooldown rules; otherwise, you might get banned.
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