Sunday, 17 July 2016

Pokemon Go Hack / Mods NO DOWNLOAD NO SURVEY

Thanks to our friends in the modding community we can bring you the only working Pokemon Go hack / Mod that works on IOS and Android devices.

Simply follow the instructions in the YouTube video and away you go, once again no surveys or downloads and the video is hosted on YouTube.


Follow the Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_044l0rbZg

Unlimited Pokeballs
Unlimited Great Balls
Unlimited Ultra Balls
Max Eggs
Max Potions
Max Incense
Max Coins
Max Modules
Max Incubators
Max Lucky Eggs
Max Razz Berries

More on the game and Items

Pokemon Go items - the full list

Pokeballs

These are your staple item for catching Pokemon, from Squirtl to Pikachu. You can't catch anything if you run out of pokeballs. Fortunately, they're incredibly common; Pokestops are bursting at the seams with them and they're available from the shop in batches of 20, 100 and 200 (priced at 100, 460 and 800 Pokecoins respectively).

Great balls
Quiet at the back! Not everyone has great balls - at least not until level 12. They're an improved version of pokeballs and thus your odds of capturing a Pokemon with one of these is higher than with the standard model.

Ultra balls

Rumour has it these are available at level 20. Ahem, spot the Pokemon trainer who hasn't reached those dizzy heights yet... but as with your great balls, ultra balls are another step up in effectiveness - and in price.

Master balls

A world apart from the ubiquitous pokeballs, master balls are thin on the ground! Haven't been seen in the game since beta testing and will be very rare whenever they do start to show up again. They have a 100-per-cent capture rate; master balls never fail. Just like in the original video game series, they're best saved for legendary Pokemon like Mewtwo


PlaLucky Eggs
For half an hour, if you've used up a lucky egg, you'll get double the experience points for anything and everything you do. Best used when you're expecting to be busy - and can be very useful in conjunction with other items such as lures (see below). Don't use one just as you're sitting down to work at 9am. You can always purchase more at the shop if you make a mistake; it's 80 Pokecoins for one egg, 500 for eight, and 1,250 for 25.

Pokemon eggs

Not to be confused with lucky eggs - you don't consume Pokemon eggs, you incubate them until they hatch.  Found every so often at Pokestops and use the distance you have walked while playing the game as a measure of when to hatch.
When it hatches, out pops a brand new Pokemon, just for you. The greater the distance required to hatch, the rarer you can expect the Pokemon inside to be. Raise your hatchlings with love, now.

My last 2 10km eggs have been eevees. Like I love you and all but GO AWAY I WANT SOMETHING MORE RARE I HAVE ENOUGH OF YOU 

No surprises here - potions restore the health of your Pokemon after battles. Unlocked at level five, to coincide with your introduction to gym battles.

Super potions

Potions, but more effective. You'll find them available to you from level 10.

Hyper potions

If you're up to level 15, you'll have surely endured so many battles that the unlocking of the hyper potion will be sweet, sweet relief to you and your Pokemon. The best healer, these highly restorative lovelies are essential if you're regularly attacking other teams' gyms.


Lure modules
Lure modules can be attached to Pokestops, in order to lure Pokemon to that location. One player drops the lure module, but it then works for all players - for 30 minutes only.
You can spot a Pokestop that's supporting a lure module by looking for the shower of petals surrounding it on your map screen. You can't miss it. You can sometimes get them as a reward for levelling up, but they can otherwise be bought at the shop for 100 Pokecoins a throw (680 for eight as a bundle deal). Happy hunting!


Incense

Who doesn't like incense? Well, this writer, for one - but Pokemon clearly love it. If you use incense in the game, you'll become a magnet for Pokemon - again, just for 30 minutes.  Perfect for those lazy Sundays on the sofa, available at the shop for 80 Pokecoins each (500 Pokecoins for eight; 1,250 for 25).

Razz berries

Razz berries will become your friend very quickly - they help make it easier to catch Pokemon, when you give the razz berry to the one you're targeting. Available to you at Pokestops from level eight upwards, they also come as a prize for levelling up more often than

Egg incubator
You get one of these to start off with, and can buy more for 150 Pokecoins a time.  They're the means by which you can move a Pokemon egg closer to hatching.
You can carry nine Pokemon eggs at a time, but you begin your game with only one incubator - so don't be surprised to find yourself yearning for more of these wee devices the further you progress.

Camera

A niche of absolutely die-hard Pokemon fans will fondly remember the old video game Pokemon Snap! and the camera allows you to relive those heady, late-nineties days.
It's a neat feature that saves you having to screenshot that rare Pokemon you just stumbled across. Just select the camera from your bag, once you've targeted a wild Pokemon from your map screen, and snap-snap away.

Nobody tells you the most depressing part about discussing is teaching your phone to stop autocorrecting pokécoins and pokéstops

Revive

If your Pokemon's health falls to zero during a battle, that means it's fainted; you'll need a revive to put it back on it's feet, or paws.
Available together with potions from level five when you start gym battles, it's worth remembering that fighting at your own team's gyms won't result in fainting, as they're only training bouts. It doesn't fully recover your fallen Pokemon's health, however. For that, you'll need a...

Max revive

Speak about these in hushed tones - nobody seems to know when you can unlock them. You'll be able to find them at Pokestops if you can find them anywhere - but they won't show up often.
A fainted Pokemon will be propped back up with full health restoration if you feed it a max revive. Useful stuff.

Bag (upgrade)
Sadly, Pokemon Go appears to be operating in much the same way as a budget airline when it comes to baggage allowance. You can carry 350 to begin with, and have to purchase extra in quantities of 50 thereafter at a cost of 200 Pokecoins.

Pokemon storage upgrade

After you've been playing the game a while, you will have accumulated many friends. Not real friends, of course - Lord, no. I'm talking about your collection of Pokemon. You can keep transferring surplus monsters to the ever-looming Professor, but you'll only get one candyfor each one and that starts to feel like scant reward for your efforts. If you've hit the limit of how many you're allowed to hang onto, you can purchase space for an extra 50 monsters for 200 Pokecoins.


Now for the fun bit, there is no hack for the game at all, this was meant as a joke, please enjoy the game and play it without trying to cheat the system

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