Group Pokemon Go
Pokemon Go is the latest craze and we can help you get your Pokemon Go On! We offer Pokemon Party Buses for you and your friends to have some of the best in crazy. We can get you all over San Diego party so you and your friends can capture the most Pokemon.
We have 4 big party buses that would be perfect for any type of party. We highly recommend Pokemon Party Buses for kids parties (save money during the week or Sundays). Company parties if your business is at Tech Field. Team Building event. Bachelor and Bachelorette party.
If you have any questions regarding our Pokemon Party Bus and the option of adding pizza and drinks feel free to call us 619-800-5468. We are happy to answer any and all of your questions.
Please remember that M-F days are 30 to 40% off. Sundays are 20% as long as there isn’t a Chargers game tailgater.
How To Play:
Essentially, the main area of the game is a brightly animated version of Google Maps. You’ll see (unmarked) roads, rustling grass (marking Pokémon in the area), and local landmarks disguised as PokéStops and Pokémon Gyms. As you move in the real world, your avatar does too. Pokémon will pop up on the map with a small vibration as you walk along, and if you tap on them, you can try to capture them.
Essential To Know List
- Player icon: Your player icon is at the bottom left corner of the screen. Tap on this to view your character’s information, as well as a list of in-game achievements. Backpack: This is where all the items you pick up on your journey are stored.
- Pokédex: Your index of Pokémon, complete with information on all the species you’ve already caught.
- Pokémon: Here, you can see all the Pokémon that are in your possession.
- Nearby Pokémon: Tap on the bottom right corner of the screen to see which Pokémon are nearby. Arguments can certainly be made for catching hundreds of Rattatas, but most Pokémon trainers I’ve spoken to want to know about the good stuff: Where can they go to catch rare Pokémon? Fairy-type Pokémon? Grass Pokémon? Electric Pokémon?
- The designers of the game claim that your locations change what type of Pokémon you see. In addition, check out this link on the statistical analysis of how to win: HOW TO WIN!
Between all of these data points, I can say pretty confidently that your location (whether that’s at a specific point of interest or a more general location, like “near a pond”) and climate dramatically affect what Pokémon you’ll see in that area.
As with real-world animals, certain Pokémon, like Zubats and Rattata, are just about everywhere: You’re going to see them whether you’re living in the desert or walking around Boston. But the frequency of other commonly-spawned Pokémon largely depends on where you are, and the typical climate for that location.
- Fire and Rock types like GeodudeFlying-types and Mankey are far more likely to appear in arid climates like California
- Grass, Bug, and Flying types like Caterpie, Weedle, Oddish, and Spearow will pop up in grassland areas
- Psychic and Water-type Pokémon like Psyduck, Poliwag, Staryu, and Magikarp favor coastal land
This is awesome for folks in places like California, but it does mean finding Fire and Ground-type Pokémon is a bit of a hassle for anyone lacking a local desert-type area. Pokémon Eggs are your friend here or a well-timed vacation.
I’ve also seen anecdotal evidence that day vs night affects the type of Pokémon you’re likely to see. I’ve spotted a surprising amount of rare Pokémon in the evening in my area, but that may be due to a number of other factors.
You tend to see more interesting Pokémon on your Nearby map as you gain levels. On a recent walk with a level 10 friend, my (level 14) nearby map looked significantly altered; it seemed to replace common Pokémon like Rattatas in the nearby list with rarer Pokémon in the form of Drowzee, Clefairy, Taurus, Jynx, and more. My level 10 friend was still able to see the Pokémon when they got closer and catch them, but I seemingly got an earlier heads up about cooler options.