Boasts of having reached level 503 of ‘Candy Crush’
WATCH out Pokemon Go gamers.
Senator Manny Pacquiao is also willing to learn on how to play the Pokemon Go as he planned to retire ‘Candy Crush’ game in his mobile phone.
Before the session starts yesterday, Pacquiao asked members of the Senate media on how to play the Pokemon Go.
“Gusto ko rin matuto n’yan,” the boxing icon said as he boosts to mediamen that he also play the ‘Candy Crush.’ “Nasa level 503 na ko sa Candy Crush,” he added.
Mediamen covering the Upper House teaches Pacquiao how to play the Pokemon Go.
The phenomenon Pokemon Go is a spin-off of the long-running Pokemon series in which players can capture and battle the ‘pocket monster’ creatures in their quest to become the greatest Pokemon trainer in the world.
At first, all Pokemen Go neophyte ‘warrior’ needs to upload the Pokemon Go apps and when it is opened, it shows a map of the area around the player, with various points of interest marked such as statues, clock towers, etc.
Physically walk up to end of the points, referred to in the game as a Pokestop, then tap an icon on screen and gamer will be rewarded with items and experience points.
“Okay ’yan ah. Ang problema lang kung may manghahablot ng cellphone mo,” said Pacquiao.
Meanwhile, Senator Grace Poe said that she has no plan to learn and play the Pokemon Go.
“Hindi noh! Pati nga mga anak ko, dini-discourage ko maglaro ng Pokemon Go,” said Poe.
When asked the reason, Poe added that: “Marami na silang computer games na nilalaro.”