Pokémon Go has been absolutely massive since it was launched a few weeks ago, and it makes sense that people are trying to make money off of it any which way they can.
One man who has got in on the act is a guy called Jon Cleaver, who has created a special 3D case for phones that enables you to throw a Pokéball in a completely straight line so that you’ll always catch a Pokémon first time and never have to spend ages flicking balls at them and risking the chance that they might get away (I’ve been told that’s one of the more frustrating elements of the game.)
Cleaver said the following:
This 3D printable Pokeball aimer ensures your finger never goes astray.
Simply slip your iPhone into the case, give it a flick, and you’ll be catching Pokemon with ease.
Yeah, it might be a bit of a pussy way to do things, but at least you’ll know you’ll be saving time and catching Pokémon with ease whilst everyone else is flapping around and moaning that they can’t get any. Losers.
Unfortunately the case is only currently available for people who have iPhone 6s and you have to own a 3D printer and print it off yourself. Having said that, I imagine there are enough Pokémon Go fans out there with both of those things who are already downloading it and printing it as I type this. Gotta catch ’em all bro.