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Pokemon has seen many periods of mainstream craze, for both its video and trading card games. Since its creation in 1995, the franchise has seen many new additions. There were originally 151 unique species, but that number has now grown to 802. There are over 2,000 Pokemon quizzes on Quibblo.
Pokemon was introduced to the U.S. market with the original Nintendo Game Boy video games, Pokemon Red and Blue. These made their U.S. debut in early 1996. The video games were later accompanied by trading cards which also saw massive popularity. The basic game concepts included capturing, training, battling and trading Pokemon.
In July 2016, Nintendo, in collaboration with Niantic, released the location-based augmented reality game, Pokemon Go. The game uses players' iOS or Android's GPS ability to locate, capture, battle, and train Pokemon. Pokemon Go was a huge success, despite receiving mixed reviews. Now, over 750 million people have downloaded the app. The number of daily users has dropped substantially, from around 28 million the first month the game was released, to around 5 million. However, it still maintains an impressive user-base. Perhaps most impressive is how the game was able to revive its brand after falling to the wayside in the late 2000s and early 2010s. The mobile game made over $1.2 billion in just one year.
Top 5 Pokemon Species of All-Time
- Pikachu: An Electric type introduced in Generation 1. It is known as the
- Charizard: A Fire/Flying type introduced in Generation 1. It is known as the
- Mewtwo: A Psychic type introduced in Generation 1. It is known as the
Genetic Pokémon. Are you a Mew or a Mewtwo?
- Lucario: A Fighting/Steel type introduced in Generation 4. It is known as the
- Eevee: A Normal type introduced in Generation 1. It is known as the
Evolution Pokémon. Which Eevee evolution is best?