Google sends mysterious gifts to those who found all 151 Pokémon
Do you remember when almost a month ago, for April Fool’s Day, Google had launched the challenge via Google Maps to catch all 151 Pokémon? Well, there are some news!
For those who weren’t following the Pokémon Challenge, here’s how it worked: Users simply had to load Google Maps to their device and tap a button to take part in it, then spend most of the time searching the map to find hidden Pokémon. They were in random places all over the world, and it would probably take a long time to find them all.
It is unclear how many people currently have completed the challenge, but clearly someone has. Google is currently contacting them via Google+ and providing them, via a link, with a document on Goodle Drive where they can provide their address and other information to get a free gift.
Winners must provide proof that they have completed the challenge, proving the whereabouts of Mew, the 151st Pokémon, which appears only after the other 150 have been found.
Once Google has verified the winner’s details, they will receive a free surprise gift within 4-6 weeks. No one has a clue what the gift might be – which is the idea of a mysterious surprise – but knowing Google, it will be something impressive.
Have you found all 151 Pokémon? And if so, have you received a message from Googlea about receiving a free gift? Let me know in the comments.