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    Pokémon Go Valentine's Day event

    Guess what? Pokémon Go is celebrating Valentine’s Day too. This is the company’s first big event of the year and they are throwing out pink perks for die-hard fans still with the game.

    Here are the details for Pokémon Go Valentine’s Day event:

    • Players will receive double the amount of candy every time you catch, hatch, and transfer a Pokémon.
    • Buddy Pokémon will find candies faster. Distance to walk is now halved for trainers.
    • Lure Modules used to attract Pokémon will now last for 6 hours instead of 30 minutes. Watch the pink petals fall till your heart’s content.
    • There is a higher chance of catching pink Pokémon like Chansey, Porygon, and Clefairy. You will also have a higher chance of hatching pink-coloured baby Pokémon like Cleffa, Igglybuff, and Smoochum. Check out our full list of the latest Pokémon.
    • The event runs from 8 February 2017, 11am Pacific Time to 15 February 2017, 11am Pacific Time. For Singaporeans, that means 7 February 2017, 3am to 14 February 2017, 3am.

    Although these are great news for players still on the game, we are not sure if it will be welcomed by lovers on a date. After all, you are on a date and you should be talking instead of trapping monsters. Charlie Puth will agree with us.

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      Pokemon GO for Apple Watch is now available on the Apple App Store

      It’s official! The Apple Watch version of Pokémon GO shown to millions at Apple’s Keynote event this year is now available on the Apple App Store. Fans of the hit mobile game can now spot Pokémon near them and spin PokéStops to collect items directly from their wrists.

      This update (1.21.2) will definitely help players or Pokémon Trainers to stare less at their phones and prevent accidents from happening to themselves and others. Other than allowing you to not miss out on a ‘catch’ opportunity, the Apple Watch version of the app also lets you track various activities by turning each play session on the watch as a Workout. For each Workout, you can easily refer to a summary screen that will display your expended calories, Buddy Pokémon ring progress for candies, nearby Pokémon as well as distances required to hatch Pokémon Eggs.

      One thing you can’t do though is to catch a Pokémon directly from your watch. You will have to dish out your phone for that.

      Check out our guide to the Christmas update, Ditto and new Pokémon.

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      New Pokemons on Pokemon GO 152 - 251

      For all you Pokémon Trainer wannabes, you are probably thinking that Pokémon Go is dead. Well, guess what? They are back with 100 more Pokémons to drive you crazy. In total, that will bring the catch ’em all number to 251. Although, no one knows exactly when the new Pokémons will be added, Niantic’s official site seems to suggests that they will be “catchable” on 12 December 2016. “While we cannot share all the details yet, keep an eye out on our social media channels on December 12th for details about the first addition of more Pokémon into Pokémon GO,” the statement said.

      Ditto, the shape shifter

      Also, Ditto the shape-shifter has made its debut in Pokémon Go as well. But you would be able to see it on the map. The clever pocket monster will shape shift itself into a Pidgey or a Rattata and disguise itself. We were happy we caught ours when we picked up a Rattata. So the next time you see a rat, you might want to catch it instead of saving up your Poké ball.

      Update: Version 1.19.1

      The latest app update to the popular Pokémon GO comes with a new splash screen featuring Pikachu, Snorlax, Clefairy, Eevee and Squirtle decorating for Christmas 2016. Also, from now till 29 December 2016, you will also be able to catch a Santa Pikachu. Good luck hunting!

      Santa Pikachu

      Santa Pikachu stats

      So, before you use up your entire holiday to go Pokémon hunting (not as if we can stop you), let’s find out what these 100 new Pokémons are:

      Pokémon #152 to #251

      #152 Chikorita

      Type: Grass
      It uses the leaf on its head to determine the temperature and humidity. It loves to sunbathe.

      #153 Bayleef

      Type: Grass
      Bayleef’s neck is ringed by curled-up leaves. Inside each tubular leaf is a small shoot of a tree. The fragrance of this shoot makes people peppy.

      #154 Meganium

      Type: Grass
      The fragrance of Meganium’s flower soothes and calms emotions. In battle, this Pokémon gives off more of its becalming scent to blunt the foe’s fighting spirit.

      #155 Cyndaquil

      Type: Fire
      Cyndaquil protects itself by flaring up the flames on its back. The flames are vigorous if the Pokémon is angry. However, if it is tired, the flames splutter fitfully with incomplete combustion.

      #156 Quilava

      Type: Fire
      Quilava keeps its foes at bay with the intensity of its flames and gusts of superheated air. This Pokémon applies its outstanding nimbleness to dodge attacks even while scorching the foe with flames.

      #157 Typhlosion

      Type: Fire

      Typhlosion obscures itself behind a shimmering heat haze that it creates using its intensely hot flames. This Pokémon creates blazing explosive blasts that burn everything to cinders.

      #158 Totodile

      Type: Water
      Despite the smallness of its body, Totodile’s jaws are very powerful. While the Pokémon may think it is just playfully nipping, its bite has enough power to cause serious injury.

      #159 Croconaw

      Type: Water
      Once Croconaw has clamped its jaws on its foe, it will absolutely not let go. Because the tips of its fangs are forked back like barbed fishhooks, they become impossible to remove when they have sunk in.

      #160 Feraligatr

      Type: Water
      Feraligatr intimidates its foes by opening its huge mouth. In battle, it will kick the ground hard with its thick and powerful hind legs to charge at the foe at an incredible speed.

      #161 Sentret

      Type: Normal
      When Sentret sleeps, it does so while another stands guard. The sentry wakes the others at the first sign of danger. When this Pokémon becomes separated from its pack, it becomes incapable of sleep due to fear.

      #162 Furret

      Type: Normal
      Furret has a very slim build. When under attack, it can slickly squirm through narrow spaces and get away. In spite of its short limbs, this Pokémon is very nimble and fleet.

      #163 Hoothoot

      Type: Normal, Flying
      Hoothoot has an internal organ that senses and tracks the earth’s rotation. Using this special organ, this Pokémon begins hooting at precisely the same time every day.

      #164 Noctowl

      Type: Normal, Flying
      Noctowl never fails at catching prey in darkness. This Pokémon owes its success to its superior vision that allows it to see in minimal light, and to its soft, supple wings that make no sound in flight.

      #165 Ledyba

      Type: Bug, Flying
      Ledyba secretes an aromatic fluid from where its legs join its body. This fluid is used for communicating with others. This Pokémon conveys its feelings to others by altering the fluid’s scent.

      #166 Ledian

      Type: Bug, Flying
      It is said that in lands with clean air, where the stars fill the sky, there live Ledian in countless numbers. There is a good reason for this—the Pokémon uses the light of the stars as its energy.

      #167 Spinarak

      Type: Bug, Poison
      The web spun by Spinarak can be considered its second nervous system. It is said that this Pokémon can determine what kind of prey is touching its web just by the tiny vibrations it feels through the web’s strands.

      #168 Ariados

      Type: Bug, Poison
      Ariados’s feet are tipped with tiny hooked claws that enable it to scuttle on ceilings and vertical walls. This Pokémon constricts the foe with thin and strong silk webbing.

      #169 Crobat

      Type: Poison, Flying
      Crobat sneaks up on its intended prey using wings that barely make a sound. This Pokémon rests by hanging on a tree branch with its rear legs that serve as wings.

      #170 Chinchou

      Type: Water, Electric
      Chinchou’s two antennas are filled with cells that generate strong electricity. This Pokémon’s cells create so much electrical power, it even makes itself tingle slightly.

      #171 Lanturn

      Type: Water, Electric
      Lanturn is known to emit light. If you peer down into the dark sea from a ship at night, you can sometimes see this Pokémon’s light rising from the depths where it swims. It gives the sea an appearance of a starlit night.

      #172 Pichu

      Type: Electric
      When Pichu plays with others, it may short out electricity with another Pichu, creating a shower of sparks. In that event, this Pokémon will begin crying, startled by the flash of sparks.

      #173 Cleffa

      Type: Fairy
      On nights with many shooting stars, Cleffa can be seen dancing in a ring. They dance through the night and stop only at the break of day, when these Pokémon quench their thirst with the morning dew.

      #174 Igglybuff

      Type: Fairy, Normal
      Igglybuff has a soft and plushy body that feels very much like a marshmallow. From this body wafts a gently sweet fragrance that soothes and calms the emotions of its foes.

      #175 Togepi

      Type: Fairy
      As its energy, Togepi uses the positive emotions of compassion and pleasure exuded by people and Pokémon. This Pokémon stores up feelings of happiness inside its shell, then shares them with others.

      #176 Togetic

      Type: Fairy, Flying
      Togetic is said to be a Pokémon that brings good fortune. When the Pokémon spots someone who is pure of heart, it is said to appear and share its happiness with that person.

      #177 Natu

      Type: Psychic, Flying
      Natu has a highly developed jumping ability. The Pokémon flaps and leaps onto tree branches that are taller than grown-up people to pick at the tree’s new shoots.

      #178 Xatu

      Type: Psychic, Flying
      Xatu is known to stand motionless while staring at the sun all day long. Some people revere it as a mystical Pokémon out of their belief that Xatu is in possession of the power to see into the future.

      #179 Mareep

      Type: Electric
      Mareep’s fluffy coat of wool rubs together and builds a static charge. The more static electricity is charged, the more brightly the lightbulb at the tip of its tail glows.

      #180 Flaaffy

      Type: Electric
      Flaaffy’s wool quality changes so that it can generate a high amount of static electricity with a small amount of wool. The bare and slick parts of its hide are shielded against electricity.

      #181 Ampharos

      Type: Electric
      Ampharos gives off so much light that it can be seen even from space. People in the old days used the light of this Pokémon to send signals back and forth with others far away.

      #182 Bellossom

      Type: Grass
      A Bellossom grows flowers more beautifully if it has evolved from a smelly Gloom—the more stinky the better. At night, this Pokémon closes its petals and goes to sleep.

      #183 Marill

      Type: Water, Fairy
      When fishing for food at the edge of a fast-running stream, Marill wraps its tail around the trunk of a tree. This Pokémon’s tail is flexible and configured to stretch.

      #184 Azumarill

      Type: Water, Fairy
      Azumarill can make balloons out of air. It makes these air balloons if it spots a drowning Pokémon. The air balloons enable the Pokémon in trouble to breathe.

      #185 Sudowoodo

      Type: Rock
      Sudowoodo camouflages itself as a tree to avoid being attacked by enemies. However, because its hands remain green throughout the year, the Pokémon is easily identified as a fake during the winter.

      #186 Politoed

      Type: Water
      The curled hair on Politoed’s head is proof of its status as a king. It is said that the longer and more curled the hair, the more respect this Pokémon earns from its peers.

      #187 Hoppip

      Type: Grass, Flying
      This Pokémon drifts and floats with the wind. If it senses the approach of strong winds, Hoppip links its leaves with other Hoppip to prepare against being blown away.

      #188 Skiploom

      Type: Grass, Flying
      Skiploom’s flower blossoms when the temperature rises above 64 degrees Fahrenheit. How much the flower opens depends on the temperature. For that reason, this Pokémon is sometimes used as a thermometer.

      #189 Jumpluff

      Type: Grass, Flying
      Jumpluff rides warm southern winds to cross the sea and fly to foreign lands. The Pokémon descends to the ground when it encounters cold air while it is floating.

      #190 Aipom

      Type: Normal
      Aipom’s tail ends in a hand-like appendage that can be cleverly manipulated. However, because the Pokémon uses its tail so much, its real hands have become rather clumsy.

      #191 Sunkern

      Type: Grass
      Sunkern tries to move as little as it possibly can. It does so because it tries to conserve all the nutrients it has stored in its body for its evolution. It will not eat a thing, subsisting only on morning dew.

      #192 Sunflora

      Type: Grass
      Sunflora converts solar energy into nutrition. It moves around actively in the daytime when it is warm. It stops moving as soon as the sun goes down for the night.

      #193 Yanma

      Type: Bug, Flying
      Yanma is capable of seeing 360 degrees without having to move its eyes. It is a great flier that is adept at making sudden stops and turning midair. This Pokémon uses its flying ability to quickly chase down targeted prey.

      #194 Wooper

      Type: Water, Ground
      Wooper usually lives in water. However, it occasionally comes out onto land in search of food. On land, it coats its body with a gooey, toxic film.

      #195 Quagsire

      Type: Water, Ground
      Quagsire hunts for food by leaving its mouth wide open in water and waiting for its prey to blunder in unaware. Because the Pokémon does not move, it does not get very hungry.

      #196 Espeon

      Type: Psychic
      Espeon is extremely loyal to any Trainer it considers to be worthy. It is said that this Pokémon developed its precognitive powers to protect its Trainer from harm.

      #197 Umbreon

      Type: Dark
      Umbreon evolved as a result of exposure to the moon’s waves. It hides silently in darkness and waits for its foes to make a move. The rings on its body glow when it leaps to attack.

      #198 Murkrow

      Type: Dark, Flying
      Murkrow was feared and loathed as the alleged bearer of ill fortune. This Pokémon shows strong interest in anything that sparkles or glitters. It will even try to steal rings from women.

      #199 Slowking

      Type: Water, Psychic
      Slowking undertakes research every day in an effort to solve the mysteries of the world. However, this Pokémon apparently forgets everything it has learned if the Shellder on its head comes off.

      #200 Misdreavus

      Type: Ghost
      Misdreavus frightens people with a creepy, sobbing cry. The Pokémon apparently uses its red spheres to absorb the fearful feelings of foes and turn them into nutrition.

      #201 Unown

      Type: Psychic
      This Pokémon is shaped like ancient writing. It is a mystery as to which came first, the ancient writings or the various Unown. Research into this topic is ongoing but nothing is known.”

      #202 Wobbuffet

      Type: Psychic
      Wobbuffet does nothing but endure attacks—it won’t attack on its own. However, it won’t endure an attack on its tail. When that happens, the Pokémon will try to take the foe with it using Destiny Bond.

      #203 Girafarig

      Type: Psychic, Normal
      Girafarig’s rear head contains a tiny brain that is too small for thinking. However, the rear head doesn’t need to sleep, so it can keep watch over its surroundings 24 hours a day.

      #204 Pineco

      Type: Bug
      Pineco hangs from a tree branch and patiently waits for prey to come along. If the Pokémon is disturbed while eating by someone shaking its tree, it drops down to the ground and explodes with no warning.

      #205 Forretress

      Type: Bug, Steel
      Forretress conceals itself inside its hardened steel shell. The shell is opened when the Pokémon is catching prey, but it does so at such a quick pace that the shell’s inside cannot be seen.

      #206 Dunsparce

      Type: Normal
      Dunsparce has a drill for its tail. It uses this tail to burrow into the ground backward. This Pokémon is known to make its nest in complex shapes deep under the ground.

      #207 Gligar

      Type: Ground, Flying
      Gligar glides through the air without a sound as if it were sliding. This Pokémon hangs on to the face of its foe using its clawed hind legs and the large pincers on its forelegs, then injects the prey with its poison barb.

      #208 Steelix

      Type: Steel, Ground
      Steelix lives even further underground than Onix. This Pokémon is known to dig toward the earth’s core. There are records of this Pokémon reaching a depth of over six-tenths of a mile underground.

      #209 Snubbull

      Type: Fairy
      By baring its fangs and making a scary face, Snubbull sends smaller Pokémon scurrying away in terror. However, this Pokémon seems a little sad at making its foes flee.

      #210 Granbull

      Type: Fairy
      Granbull has a particularly well-developed lower jaw. The enormous fangs are heavy, causing the Pokémon to tip its head back for balance. Unless it is startled, it will not try to bite indiscriminately.

      #211 Qwilfish

      Type: Water, Poison
      Qwilfish sucks in water, inflating itself. This Pokémon uses the pressure of the water it swallowed to shoot toxic quills all at once from all over its body. It finds swimming somewhat challenging.

      #212 Scizor

      Type: Bug, Steel
      Scizor has a body with the hardness of steel. It is not easily fazed by ordinary sorts of attacks. This Pokémon flaps its wings to regulate its body temperature.

      #213 Shuckle

      Type: Bug, Rock
      Shuckle quietly hides itself under rocks, keeping its body concealed inside its hard shell while eating berries it has stored away. The berries mix with its body fluids to become a juice.

      #214 Heracross

      Type: Bug, Fighting
      Heracross has sharp claws on its feet. These are planted firmly into the ground or the bark of a tree, giving the Pokémon a secure and solid footing to forcefully fling away foes with its proud horn.

      #215 Sneasel

      Type: Dark, Ice
      Sneasel scales trees by punching its hooked claws into the bark. This Pokémon seeks out unguarded nests and steals eggs for food while the parents are away.

      #216 Teddiursa

      Type: Normal
      This Pokémon likes to lick its palms that are sweetened by being soaked in honey. Teddiursa concocts its own honey by blending fruits and pollen collected by Beedrill.

      #217 Ursaring

      Type: Normal
      In the forests inhabited by Ursaring, it is said that there are many streams and towering trees where they gather food. This Pokémon walks through its forest gathering food every day.

      #218 Slugma

      Type: Fire
      Slugma does not have any blood in its body. Instead, intensely hot magma circulates throughout this Pokémon’s body, carrying essential nutrients and oxygen to its organs.

      #219 Magcargo

      Type: Fire, Rock
      Magcargo’s body temperature is approximately 18,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Water is vaporized on contact. If this Pokémon is caught in the rain, the raindrops instantly turn into steam, cloaking the area in a thick fog.

      #220 Swinub

      Type: Ice, Ground
      Swinub roots for food by rubbing its snout against the ground. Its favorite food is a mushroom that grows under the cover of dead grass. This Pokémon occasionally roots out hot springs.

      #221 Piloswine

      Type: Ice, Ground
      Piloswine is covered by a thick coat of long hair that enables it to endure the freezing cold. This Pokémon uses its tusks to dig up food that has been buried under ice.

      #222 Corsola

      Type: Water, Rock
      Clusters of Corsola congregate in warm seas where they serve as ideal hiding places for smaller Pokémon. When the water temperature falls, this Pokémon migrates to the southern seas.

      #223 Remoraid

      Type: Water
      Remoraid sucks in water, then expels it at high velocity using its abdominal muscles to shoot down flying prey. When evolution draws near, this Pokémon travels downstream from rivers.

      #224 Octillery

      Type: Water
      Octillery grabs onto its foe using its tentacles. This Pokémon tries to immobilize it before delivering the finishing blow. If the foe turns out to be too strong, Octillery spews ink to escape.

      #225 Delibird

      Type: Ice, Flying
      Delibird carries its food bundled up in its tail. There once was a famous explorer who managed to reach the peak of the world’s highest mountain, thanks to one of these Pokémon sharing its food.

      #226 Mantine

      Type: Water, Flying
      On sunny days, schools of Mantine can be seen elegantly leaping over the sea’s waves. This Pokémon is not bothered by the Remoraid that hitches rides.

      #227 Skarmory

      Type: Steel, Flying
      Skarmory’s steel wings become tattered and bashed in from repeated battles. Once a year, the battered wings grow back completely, restoring the cutting edges to their pristine state.

      #228 Houndour

      Type: Dark, Fire
      Houndour hunt as a coordinated pack. They communicate with each other using a variety of cries to corner their prey. This Pokémon’s remarkable teamwork is unparalleled.

      #229 Houndoom

      Type: Dark, Fire
      In a Houndoom pack, the one with its horns raked sharply toward the back serves a leadership role. These Pokémon choose their leader by fighting among themselves.

      #230 Kingdra

      Type: Water, Dragon
      Kingdra sleeps on the seafloor where it is otherwise devoid of life. When a storm arrives, the Pokémon is said to awaken and wander about in search of prey.

      #231 Phanpy

      Type: Ground
      Phanpy uses its long nose to shower itself. When others gather around, they thoroughly douse each other with water. These Pokémon can be seen drying their soaking-wet bodies at the edge of water.

      #232 Donphan

      Type: Ground
      If Donphan were to tackle with its hard body, even a house could be destroyed. Using its massive strength, the Pokémon helps clear rock and mud slides that block mountain trails.

      #233 Porygon2

      Type: Normal
      Porygon2 was created by humans using the power of science. The man-made Pokémon has been endowed with artificial intelligence that enables it to learn new gestures and emotions on its own.

      #234 Stantler

      Type: Normal
      Stantler’s magnificent antlers were traded at high prices as works of art. As a result, this Pokémon was hunted close to extinction by those who were after the priceless antlers.

      #235 Smeargle

      Type: Normal
      Smeargle marks the boundaries of its territory using a body fluid that leaks out from the tip of its tail. Over 5,000 different marks left by this Pokémon have been found.

      #236 Tyrogue

      Type: Fighting
      Tyrogue becomes stressed out if it does not get to train every day. When raising this Pokémon, the Trainer must establish and uphold various training methods.

      #237 Hitmontop

      Type: Fighting
      Hitmontop spins on its head at high speed, all the while delivering kicks. This technique is a remarkable mix of both offense and defense at the same time. The Pokémon travels faster spinning than it does walking.

      #238 Smoochum

      Type: Ice, Psychic
      Smoochum actively runs about, but also falls quite often. Whenever the chance arrives, it will look for its reflection to make sure its face hasn’t become dirty.

      #239 Elekid

      Type: Electric
      Elekid stores electricity in its body. If it touches metal and accidentally discharges all its built-up electricity, this Pokémon begins swinging its arms in circles to recharge itself.

      #240 Magby

      Type: Fire
      Magby’s state of health is determined by observing the fire it breathes. If the Pokémon is spouting yellow flames from its mouth, it is in good health. When it is fatigued, black smoke will be mixed in with the flames.

      #241 Miltank

      Type: Normal
      Miltank gives over five gallons of milk on a daily basis. Its sweet milk is enjoyed by children and grown-ups alike. People who can’t drink milk turn it into yogurt and eat it instead.

      #242 Blissey

      Type: Normal
      Blissey senses sadness with its fluffy coat of fur. If it does so, this Pokémon will rush over to a sad person, no matter how far away, to share a Lucky Egg that brings a smile to any face.

      #243 Raikou

      Type: Electric
      Raikou embodies the speed of lightning. The roars of this Pokémon send shock waves shuddering through the air and shake the ground as if lightning bolts had come crashing down.

      #244 Entei

      Type: Fire
      Entei embodies the passion of magma. This Pokémon is thought to have been born in the eruption of a volcano. It sends up massive bursts of fire that utterly consume all that they touch.

      #245 Suicune

      Type: Water
      Suicune embodies the compassion of a pure spring of water. It runs across the land with gracefulness. This Pokémon has the power to purify dirty water.

      #246 Larvitar

      Type: Rock, Ground
      Larvitar is born deep under the ground. To come up to the surface, this Pokémon must eat its way through the soil above. Until it does so, Larvitar cannot see its parents.

      #247 Pupitar

      Type: Rock, Ground
      Pupitar creates a gas inside its body that it compresses and forcefully ejects to propel itself like a jet. The body is very durable—it avoids damage even if it hits solid steel.

      #248 Tyranitar

      Type: Rock, Dark
      Tyranitar is so overwhelmingly powerful, it can bring down a whole mountain to make its nest. This Pokémon wanders about in mountains seeking new opponents to fight.

      #249 Lugia

      Type: Psychic, Flying
      Lugia’s wings pack devastating power—a light fluttering of its wings can blow apart regular houses. As a result, this Pokémon chooses to live out of sight deep under the sea.

      #250 Ho-oh

      Type: Fire, Flying
      Ho-Oh’s feathers glow in seven colors depending on the angle at which they are struck by light. These feathers are said to bring happiness to the bearers. This Pokémon is said to live at the foot of a rainbow.

      #251 Celebi

      Type: Psychic, Grass
      This Pokémon came from the future by crossing over time. It is thought that so long as Celebi appears, a bright and shining future awaits us.

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        FootballHero is a new social football prediction game to hit the market, and it allows users to compete against friends, or global opponents by predicting football scores.

        Whether you’re a hardcore football fan, or just love sticking it to your friends, here is a list of reasons why you’ll love FootballHero.

        A new take on fantasy football

        We’re sure many of you are familiar with the fantasy league concept, where you choose a team of players and compete against your friends based on points scored by your selected players and how they perform in real life.

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        You love the idea of punting… without money

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