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March 26, 2010

The Pokewalker

Filed under: Uncategorized — tranasaurus @ 8:57 pm

So my brother and I each got a copy of the new pokemon game and I absolutely love it. A couple days later, I walk into my room to find a pokewalker taped to my ceiling fan and the biggest grin on my brother’s face. The amount of genius in that room was so overwhelming, I could not help but shed a tear of pure joy.

For those of you who do not now what the pokewalker is, it’s basically a pedometer that lets you unlock certain features and levels up your pokemon in a different way. But in order to unlock all of the content, you must travel a total of 1,000 miles.

However, it turns out people have already conducted whole experiments on the most efficient ways to cheat the pokewalker.
Some opt to go with the paint shaker method:

While others use K’nex:

Exercise, ha…

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3 Comments »

  1. lol that hysterical! ^o^ my bro just makes me take his with me when I go jogging. ^^’

    Comment by Mariana Sáenz — March 29, 2010 @ 11:52 pm | Reply

  2. I put mine on my dogs collar and just let him run around the yard. But I don’t really use the pokewalker that much I just felt too lazy to actually walk with it. I was thinking about carrying mine around with while I walk between classes though.

    Comment by jkaplan7 — April 2, 2010 @ 5:59 am | Reply

  3. haha, I remember back in the day when I had a tomagachi where walking it around would make it better in some way, i forget now. But, thats a crazy machine

    Comment by toryjohnson30 — April 2, 2010 @ 5:25 pm | Reply


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