Meet the Pokemeng, Miami's Very Own Pokemon

Meet the Pokemeng, Miami's Very Own Pokemon

Pokémon Go became a worldwide sensation literally overnight. The mobile app game that allows players to catch adorable cartoon creatures, train them, level them up, and battle them for fake money and bragging rights has been downloaded an estimated 100 million times as of August 1. Because the 20-year-old game is always debuting new Pokémon, New Times figured we’d help the geniuses at Nintendo come up with a few Pokémeng we've seen in the 305.


Pokémon Go became a worldwide sensation literally overnight. The mobile app game that allows players to catch adorable cartoon creatures, train them, level them up, and battle them for fake money and bragging rights has been downloaded an estimated 100 million times as of August 1. Because the 20-year-old game is always debuting new Pokémon, New Times figured we’d help the geniuses at Nintendo come up with a few Pokémeng we've seen in the 305.
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