This First-Ever Successful Pokemon Go Player Reveals The Secret Of How You Can Catch 'Em All 

This First-Ever Successful Pokemon Go Player Reveals The Secret Of How You Can Catch 'Em All 
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Pokemon Go has officially become the most downloaded app in the first week ever. With its mega success, the gaming fanatics are crazy about it and hence, it is no secret that they are eager to catch em' all. 

We all know that there are 142 virtual monsters in totality for you to catch them in the US. But the quest to make them yours is not as easy as one would like. Good news is that it is possible as one of the Pokemon Go players has succeeded in catching all of them. Sounds exciting, doesn't it? It is true. Brooklyn-based guy, Nick Johnson has all the 142 Pokemon in the US.

Let's find out how he managed to do it and how you can do the same.

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According to the original game on which Pokemon Go is based, there are 151 monsters.

According to the original game on which Pokemon Go is based, there are 151 monsters.

However, only 142 of them are available in the US and the location of the others cannot be known for sure.

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He didn't get a lot of time during the day to play the game.

He didn't get a lot of time during the day to play the game.
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Hence, he went on the search for Pokemon after his shift ended at 6:30 walking the path of Brooklyn and Manhattan. For his first Pokemon, he chose Water-type Squirtle as he didn't know that he had a choice. Mr. Johnson played the game until he passed out or couldn't walk anymore. According to his iPhone health app, he walked 8 miles a day.

The very last Pokemon he needed to complete his collection was Omastar which he himself evolved.

The very last Pokemon he needed to complete his collection was Omastar which he himself evolved.
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According to him, he would have caught it a day earlier if the Verizon cell service has not been cut for 15 minutes. 

The second-to-last Pokemon he got his hands on was Porygon.

The second-to-last Pokemon he got his hands on was Porygon.
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"I may or may not have seen it on the radar and then ordered an Uber to drive me around until I found it," Johnson says.

He says that the best place to catch Pokemon is Grand Army Plaza in Central Park and Batter Park.

He says that the best place to catch Pokemon is Grand Army Plaza in Central Park and Batter Park.
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The best advice he wants to give to the player is to buy a good pair of shoes, "Buy some good walking shoes." Another recommendation he makes is that in case you are willing to spend money on in-game items then egg incubators are your best bet. He also hopes that Niantic improves its game battle system and gyms to make the game much more fun. Nick will not stop playing the game.