Pokemon Go makes it easier to find Water-type critters till March 29

Pokemon Go makes it easier to find Water-type critters till March 29
PHOTO: The Straits Times

It's time for a Pokemon Go pool party.

The latest in-game event for The Pokemon Company's hit mobile game connects to the Water Festival. If you're on the hunt for more Water-type Pokemon, you'll want to fire up the game starting on March 22 at 4 p.m. ET.

Magikarp, Squirtle and Totodile (plus their evolved forms) will all appear with greater frequency until the event ends on March 29 at 4 p.m. ET.

In addition, all Water-type Pokemon that were added to the game back in February will appear more frequently wherever Water-type Pokemon are normally likely to pop up.

Best of all: there's a new hat. Starting on March 22, all players can make their Trainer avatar more stylish with a Magikarp Hat.

There isn't an official look at the hat to share yet, but here is an artist's rendering of what a hat adorned with a seemingly dead Pokemon fish looks like:

Photo: Nintendo

The Water Festival - as it is commonly known in the US - is a New Year's event celebrated in a number of Southeast Asian countries.

Its name comes from the ritual of splashing or pouring water on one another, which is meant as an act of cleansing to welcome the new year.

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