The Pokémon videogame has revolutionized the world of mobile applications, especially on iOS and Android. This title saw impressive download figures in the first seven months of its release (1 billion downloads). However, it seems that the "boom" unleashed by the game seems to have subsided, though many users still try to capture their favorite Pokémon. The second generation of "Pokémon GO" came more than a week ago, offering its players 80 new Pokémon', new objects, and evolutions.

As is known by all fans of Pokémon, that the franchise has 7 generations. The second one took 8 months to appear in the game, so you have take into account that lapse for the arrival of the third generation and later on, the fourth. With information of some users of Reddit, we have made a list of the first and second generation of Pokémon that have evolutions or previous forms in the third and fourth generation.

Evolutions from first generation to fourth generation

  • Magneton/Madnazone
  • Licktung/Lickliky
  • Rhynhorn/Rhyperirior
  • Tangela/Tangrowth
  • Electabuzz/Electivire
  • Magby/Magmar/Magmortar
  • Eevee/Leafeon/Glaceon
  • Porygon/Porygon2/Porygon-Z

Second generation to fourth generation

  • Aipon/Ambipom
  • Yanma/Yanmega
  • Murkrow/Honchkrow
  • Mistreavus/Mismagius
  • Gligar/Gliscor
  • Sneasel/Weabile
  • Swinub/Piloswine/Mamoswine
  • Togetic/Togekiss

Pre evolutions in the third and fourth generation

  • Azurill (baby Marill)
  • Wynaut (baby Wobuffet)
  • Mime Jr. (baby Mr. Mime)
  • Bonnily (baby Sudowoodo)
  • Mantyke (baby Mantine)

New updates in 'Pokemon GO'

Ultimately, all of these latest updates to the application have certainly served as a boon not only to the game itself, but to the users that are continuing to play the application developed by Niantic. After the initial buzz following the launch of the application over the summer, there was a bit of a drop-off after the initial surge, however, with the recently released updates, users are remaining engaged, with much more to come.

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