Pokemon Go
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"Pokemon Go," the AR mobile game, triggered global hysteria following its release in 35 different countries from the U.S. to Europe. "Pokemon Go" was developed by Niantic, who previously made "Ingress," another AR game.

The game lets players hunt, catch and train virtual Pokemon that appear on their iOS or Android device screens. After reaching Level 5, players have to take them to Gym, where they fight with others. Players need to power up to face or catch tougher Pokemon (that which as more CP).

Players can also buy certain consumable items like Stardust and Candies that will let them evolve and power up their Pokemon.

Meanwhile, a Reddit thread has shared tips and tricks to force Pokemon Eevee to evolve into a Pokemon of their choice (Eeveelution). The Reddit post says:

The Eevee Brothers from the original anime were named Rainer, Pyro, Sparky and they owned a Vaporeon, Flareon and Jolteon respectively. If you nickname your Eevee either Rainer, Pyro or Sparky, your Eevee will evolve into that desired Eeveelution!

Sparky = Jolteon

Rainer = Vaporeon

Pyro = Flareon

The post also claimed that many of the players have seen "100 percent success rate." One of the users posted a video on the tricks to evolve an Eevee.

However, the success of Eevee evolution has been mixed. The chances of such evolution have been varied as some report of having 33 percent chance and others 75 percent.

Further, as server issues crop up now and then, another Redditor has recommended naming their Eevee with the intended evolution name. Next step, the player has to close and restart the app to confirm that the name went through on the servers. Some users said it didn't work and we believe this may be the reason behind it.

The original post also claimed that that the first Eevee had a correct evolution and the second one did not. So it is believed that only one can Evolution can be made at a given time.