Pokémon Go Dev’s Pikmin game is already playable in Singapore

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Pokémon Go Dev's Pikmin game is already playable in Singapore

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Niantic, the creator of Pokémon Go, announced that he has started testing his Pikmin AR game in Singapore. The game, which was only first teased last week, will be released worldwide this year, but Singaporean players will be the first in the world to try it. No matter where you are you can pre-registration to test the game in your area.

At the time of writing, it’s still unclear exactly how the game works, with Singaporean player Elias Chew explaining on Twitter that the game displays privacy notices when played. Chew made Explain to another Twitter user that the game uses a Google Fit step count to develop Pikmin as you walk.

Niantic has not said when the game will arrive in other countries, although it has previously launched both Pokémon Go and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite in Australia and New Zealand, so it wouldn’t be surprising to do so. see hitting these regions. before the full release.

The Pikmin game is the start of a new partnership between Niantic and Nintendo, which will “jointly develop mobile titles” using Niantic’s AR technology and Nintendo characters. The news comes a day after Niantic CEO John Hanke appeared to tease it the company created AR glasses to help his games.

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