Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Pokemon Go!!! : Roblox I Got a Slowpoke

Pokemon Go Bot GoManager v1.3.3 (Updated)

Note: I will update this thread as more updates released etc. PS. I take no credits for this bot etc
Last Updated: 31/08/2016

How to use


Download Link: Here
Virus scan (.exe): Here
Features:- Includes most features that public bots have.
- Stable. Won't crash or get stuck in an infinite loop.
- Multiple Accounts.
- View Pokedex, Inventory, Pokemon, etc.
- Manually transfer/evolve pokemon. I don't recommend doing this while 
the bot is running on the account, but I attempted to prevent any issues
that can occur.
- Individual settings for every pokemon/item.
- Import a list of accounts.
- Proxy support


- Running time will now stop when it's waiting for a proxy.
- Fixed bug with proxy removal.
- Fixed bug with constant first pokestop loops.
- Possible to clear proxy failure count now.
- Added default values on the scheduler.
- Mark tutorial complete will now check if session expired
- Status bar will now show how many items selected on main window.
- Can upgrade pokemon.
- Fixed crash on forgetting to add minutes to scheduler time.


- Fixed exception when deleting schedules.
- Deleting schedules will now remove them from accounts.
- Fixed proxy auth displaying backwards.
- Fixed bug where exp/hr displays incorrectly.
- Scheduler events will now save across restarts.
- Scheduler should now work across a day (Ex: 11pm to 1am).
- Scheduler won't start when max level is hit.
- Temp IP ban and verification needed should remove/rotate proxies now.
- Scheduler max time changed to 23.99.
- Fixed scheduler back color.
- Fix attempt for null reference on right click.
- Scheduler shouldn't spam messages now.
- Proxies should be removed when removing accounts.
- Deleting accounts should remove proxy and scheduler.
- Clearing proxies will now remove auto set proxies.
- To prevent issues, there must be 0 accounts on a proxy to remove it.
- A confirmation message will popup (once) to determine 64bit vs 32bit system.
- There's now a log message for incorrect encrypt version.
- Added setting to allow you to auto remove proxies when stopped.
- Added welcome screen.

v1.2.6 - This would be the first release classified as an actual beta version. The scheduler will have some bugs in it.
Use the v1.2.6b file
- Fixed bug where "account ban" counter wouldn't reset on restart.
- Echo is sent before transfer to check if session expired.
- Transfer will pause a running program. This is to help prevent API throttles. Other requests will come in time.
- Device settings will now auto fill when config file has null values for them.
- Attempted to fix the 32bit encrypt vs 64bit detection. Tell me if there's any issues.
- Added group name to stat export.
- Update Details and exporting will now only run a *max* of 10 accounts at once to prevent timeouts.
- Scheduler

*** Known Issues ***
- Enable/Disable inventory will reset search percent to 0 & 1000.
- Failure to detect 32 vs 64 bit. If you get "No pokestops found" when
you *know* you aren't IP banned, rename the encrypt_XX.dll to
encrypt.dll that corresponds to your OS bit.
- Scheduler doesn't work through program restarts. Readd the scheduler to get it working. Will be fixed in next release
- Deleting schedulers throws exceptoin. Will be fixed in next release

Necro - Using his updated API (with slight modifications) and some methods (IE: navigation).FeroxRev - Original library
And everyone that contributed to those projects.

PokeGo Bot V2! With download links

Try out this new Pokemon GO Bot!

Images of the bot:


Bot Features Include:

-Google/PTC Login-
-Custom route making-
-Killswitch (you can set amount)-
-Catch Pokemon-
-Evolve Pokemon-
-Transfer Pokemon (You select what pokemon to transfer)-
-Transfer Under CP-
-Transfer Under IV-
-Drop Items-
-Take Pokestops-
-Hatch Eggs-
-Fully Customizable Interface-
-Pokemon Viewer CP/IV-
-Curves all catches for more XP-
-Auto detects soft bans and removes them-

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Video Tutorial:

Pokemon go unbanning players now!?!?

Some Pokémon Go players given lifetime bans are being let back into the game

Did you get banned from playing Pokémon Go after downloading an app that you thought might make the game more fun? Well, it turns out that you might be able to get back into the smash hit title after all.

A couple of weeks ago, Pokémon Go-maker Niantic Labs vowed to crack down on cheaters with “lifetime” bans for those who used third-party “add-on” apps to get ahead of the rest of us. Now, however, it has backtracked a little and said it will overturn the bans for “a small subset” of users who may have unwittingly broken the rules.

Niantic said in an update this week that some users who downloaded unauthorized apps, such as location spoofers or others that scrape data, “may not have realized that some add-on map apps do more than just show you nearby Pokémon.” Though they are giving these gamers the benefit of the doubt, particular since the “nearby” tracker was removed from the game for a while, they will be banned if they resort to using any third-party apps in the future.

This application of leniency is indeed limited. The add-on apps themselves are not being unbanned because, Niantic said, they place considerable load on the already stressed Pokémon Go servers — and then there’s the fact that they give an unfair advantage to those who downloaded them.

“Our main priority is to provide a fair, fun, and legitimate experience for all players, so, aggressive banning will continue to occur for players who engage in these kinds of activities,” Ninatic said in a statement.

There you go: you have been warned… once again!

Here’s the update in full, for those who are curious:

"We continue to work to ensure the integrity of the game and the health of our servers by blocking unauthorized access and at times by banning offending accounts. This includes blocking bots, data scraping operations, and banning end user accounts associated with those activities. Some players may not have realized that some add-on map apps do more than just show you nearby Pokémon. Each end-user app can be used as a collection tool by the app creator, invisibly collecting and forwarding data to the app creator with or without the knowledge of the end user. These apps can have an effect similar to DDoS attacks on our servers. Because of this we have had to ban some accounts associated with using these add-on map tools, leading to confusion by some users about why they were banned. This is a small subset of the accounts banned.

As a result of some changes made to our infrastructure, we are now able to unban this set of accounts. Add-on maps which scrape data from our servers still violate our Terms of Service and use of them may still result in an account ban going forward. Accounts whose sole purpose was to scrape data are not being unbanned. Accounts which used apps or websites to remotely capture Pokémon, battle or deploy on Gyms, or harvest resources from PokéStops are also not being unbanned. Our main priority is to provide a fair, fun, and legitimate experience for all players, so, aggressive banning will continue to occur for players who engage in these kinds of activities."

 Niantic CEO John Hanke will speak at our upcoming Disrupt event in San Francisco next month — more details here.

Play Pokemon Go Via Your Web Browser No Downloads

Play Pokemon Go Via Your Web Browser No Downloads

Hey NGU there's a site out there called Capture Pokemon that lets you catch Pokemon for coins you can purchase what's a massive rip off but if you create fake email addresses an sign up with them you get a free 100 coins for signing up don't worry it takes seconds there no email activation once you have you 100 free coins just farm pidgeys for 10 coins rinse and repeat it gains you tons of candies/pidgeys what means a lot of evolving xp

Massive Battlefield 1 Data Dump Reveals Weapons, Gadgets, Maps, Story

Battlefield 1's closed alpha has been data-mined, revealing the chapters titles of its 
single-player campaign, character names, weapons, gadgets and more. The 
information was dumped on Reddit by a user named Lobix, along with an apology to the game's developer and publisher: "EA & DICE, I'm sorry ."Based on the leak, it looks like the single-player campaign in Battlefield 1 
will have seven episodes, including a prologue and epilogue. A total of 
20 chapters make up these episodes.Special dog tags will be awarded to players that complete "The Road to Battlefield 1" missions in Battlefield 4 or Battlefield Hardline. These will also be given to those that own a previous Battlefield game 
or attend a Battlefield 1 event in real life or online. There are also 
dog tag awards for those that participate in the closed alpha or open 
beta for Battlefield 1.The list also suggests there will be over 30 weapons, ranging from handguns to tankers, boats, "behemoth weapons,"
and "cavalry weapons."In terms of gadgets, there's the usuals such as mines, grenades, medic bags, and ammo crates, as well as gas 
masks, and flare guns, among others.There's also a list of maps, melee weapons, game modes, camos, and you can hear exclusive sounds from
the game. We won't post these in any further details to avoid spoilers,
but those interested in seeing these can click here.Battlefield 1's release date has been confirmed as October 21, or October 18 if you preorder a special version. The previously confirmed Battlefield 1 open beta launches "later this summer."


Experience the new game Battlefield 1 in 4k 60fps with no hud!


Taking a Look at Leaked Previews of the PS4 Slim

Published 24th Aug 2016

PushSquare takes a look at a leaked edition of the upcoming slim version of the Playstation 4 in comparison to the original model. Sony is set to hold a press conference on September 7th in New York City where it is expected that the company will unveil two new editions of it's prized next-gen console, the slim edition as well as the upgraded PS4 NEO.

Trading Could Hit Pokemon Go Sooner Than Imagined

One player has managed to decipher the code from the latest update which seems to allude to the ability to trade Pokemon.

It appears that a core aspect of the original Pokemon gaming series could be making it's way to Pokemon Go sooner rather than later,

reddit user has broken down the code from the most recent update, and four of the many variables found allude to the ability to trade pokemon.
  • Trade_search <- you can search for people looking to trade?
  • Trade_offer <- offer a trade to someone that wants to trade?
  • Trade_response <- when you offer a trade, they respond with whether or not they will go through with it?
  • Trade_result <- after an interaction, what happens, who gets what.
So it seems that trading has already been implemented, it's just a matter of when to release for Niantic. Check the official discussion to see more of the codes that were released.
Trading Pokemon has been one of the most highly suggested features that players would like implemented in one of the augmented-reality game's next updates. Not only would it help virtual trainers in building up their line-up by trading away some of their lesser Pokemon, trading would also allow for those looking to catch 'em all the ability to trade with foreign players for the region-locked Pokemon without traveling overseas.
Currently, there are four region locked Pokemon which can only be found in their respective locations: Taurus in North America, Farfetch'd in Japan, Kangaskhan in Australia, and Mr. Mime in Europe. Trading will likely certainly spawn all types of different message boards in order to help players trade with one another.
Trading will certainly change the game in a drastic way. What are your thoughts on trainers being able to trade Pokemon?