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Where to Find Pokemon on Google Maps

by Prima Games Staff

In what quickly became the best April Fool’s in history, Google updated its Google Maps app for iOS and Android with Pokemon! There are at least 150 different Pokemon to collect, which Google scattered throughout the world! Upon hearing the news, we quickly switched to our phones in a desperate attempt to leave no city, island and landmark ignored. That said, here’s a list of the Pokemon we tracked down. Naturally, some are tougher to find than others. If you find more, let us know in the comments!

Chimchar (Mount Kilimanjaro)

Stunfisk (Mount Kilimanjaro)

Gengar (Roswell, New Mexico)

Gyrados (Tel Aviv, Israel)

Sudowoodo (Easter Island)

Togepi (Barcelona, Spain)

Typhlosion (Sertung Island)

Wartortle (Hyde Park – London, UK)

Wobuffet (Glasgow, UK)

Scraggy (Alcatraz Island – San Francisco, CA)


Meowth (Camp Randall Stadium, Wisconsin)

Porygon (Galapagos Islands)

Chatot (Sydney Opera House – Sydney, Australia)

Jolteon (Red Square – Moscow, Russia)

Glaceon (Mount Everest)

Raichu (French Quarter, New Orleans)

Pidgey (Toronto, CA)

Serperior (Central Park, NYC)

Sylveon (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC)

Eevee (Yankee Stadium, New York)

Deerling (Shibuya, Tokyo)

Bunnelby (Shibuya, Tokyo)

Dedenne (Space Needle – Seattle, WA)

Froakie (Honolulu, Hawaii)

Glaceon (Sochi, Russia)

Donphan (Alamo – San Antonio, Texas)

Munna (London, United Kingdom)

Combusken (Santorini, Greece)

Buneary (Statue of Liberty)

Hydreigon (Lincoln Center Plaza, NYC)

Meganium (The White House, DC)

Totodile (The Hoover Dam)

Chandelure (Area 51, Nevada)

Snorlax (Vatican City)

Tyranitar (Pompeii, Italy)

Charizard (Old Faithful)

Garchomp (Great Wall of China)


Munchlax (Empire State Building, NYC)

Staraptor (Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco)

Swirlix (Dublin, Ireland)


Rotom (Rockefeller Center, NY)

Pikachu (Tokyo Tower, Tokyo)

Helioptile (Eiffel Tower, Paris)


Frogadier (Lake Bellagio, NV)


Pumpkaboo (Pyramids of Giza, Egypt)


Luxray (Mountain View, California)

Bulbasaur (Mountain View, California)

Dragonite (Mountain View, California)

Prima Games Staff

The staff at Prima Games.