All 150 Pokemon Locations on Google Maps Pokemon Challenge

Want to be a Pokemon Master? Here's the location of all 150 Pokemon on the Google Maps Pokemon Challenge.

If you haven’t yet heard of Google’s Pokemon April Fools Joke, then you’re probably not in need of this guide. For those of you who have heard of the the joke, which involves catching 150 using the Google Maps app, then you probably want to know where all the Pokemon are. 

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Tokyo. They’re all in Toyko. 

Well, there are also some in the Galapagos Islands, most major volcanoes, and then there’s a lone Miltank in Columbus, Ohio. The reasoning isn’t very clear on that decision. You could actually spend hours searching locations for Pokemon. Or you could follow this guide, and I’ll tell you where to find them all. 

How to Catch Pokemon on Google Maps

First things first: you probably need to know how to catch Pokemon before running around the world. This is extremely easy. Using the Google Map search bar, input a location you know Pokemon frequent and hit search. I used “Pompeii, Naples, Italy”. 

When you see the Pokemon sprite on your map, touch it, push “catch” and the Pokemon is yours! Also, apparently Tyranitar is responsible for Pompeii. Go figure. 

All 150 Locations

So, before I list the rest of the locations I’d like to give a couple tips. If you’re using a location from this list and you simply can’t see any Pokemon near the area, zoom in. Some smaller Pokemon won’t show up on the map until you zoom. Also, some Pokemon appear in multiple areas, and you might have to search more than one to find it.  

Dragonites appear everywhere and you will be sick of catching them by the end of the game. 

So, here are the locations: 

Hooray! You’ve caught them all!

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