Viral Pokemon video displays Pokemon in the most adorable way
Pokemon is one of the biggest franchises & many shows, movies, games have been made on it. When it comes to mobile games, Pokemon Go is undoubtedly one of the best mobile games that is currently available on the market.
The game was launched in 2016 & it became quite popular worldwide. Pokemon Go player base is in millions. The credit for the success of the game goes both to Niantic & community. Niantic kept adding interesting features to the game which kept players lured to the game.
Apart from playing games, many Pokemon lovers create different types of fan content to express their love for Pokemon. Interesting 3D animated Pokemon content has surfaced online on TikTok, by 3D animator Dave Ashby. His Pokemon clips have gone viral & has fetched over 89k views.
In one of his clip, you can see Bulbasaur walking on the side of a man, and it is looking adorably cute. Have a look at the video below which has been posted by Bulbasaur Propaganda on Twitter
This is why we want Pokemon to be real ?
By daveashby7 on TikTok pic.twitter.com/rJRIJesI3m
— Bulbasaur Propaganda (@BulbaGanda) February 22, 2020
In one of his another clip, you can see Ghost Pokemon – Gastly, Haunter & Gengar are having fun while playing some game.
Another video shows, Vaporeon listening like a good pet & melting into water. Check out the video below.
The role of fans in making Pokemon franchise big is undeniable and videos like this once again show us the admiration which fans hold for Pokemon world. Apart from this, the Pokemon Go Official Twitter handle has also teased GO Battle League Season 1 today. The new feature was rolled last month & it allows trainers to battle other trainers globally.The official statement from Pokemon Go Twitter handle read as follows :
Season 1 is coming soon, Trainers! Tag a Trainer who you want to challenge before Season 1 of our #GOBattle League begins! ?
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