‘Pokemon Go’ Cheats: Pokeball Aimer No Longer Available? Etsy User Shuts Down Store!

‘Pokemon Go’ Cheats: Pokeball Aimer No Longer Available? Etsy User Shuts Down Store!
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“Pokemon Go” biggest cheat is not available anymore! The Etsy user who founded and sold the Pokeball Aimer has shut his online store due to inability to keep up with rising demand!


Etsy user with the username “Jcach3DPrinting” has come up with a unique way to save Pokeballs from going to waste by inventing the Pokeball Aimer.

The Pokeball Aimer is 3D printed equipment, tailor-made for iPhone 6 that guides the fingers of “Pokemon Go” players and helps them aim their Pokeballs better.

In the anxiety of catching a rare Pokemon, players are often seen missing their targets by inches and consequently ending up losing their limited number of Pokeballs. And everyone knows that once you lose your supply of Pokeballs, you have to visit a nearby PokeStop to restock them again.

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This is frustrating, especially for the people living in the suburban areas where PokeStops are located miles apart. Besides, let’s face it, you also cannot rush to a rare Pokemon sighting if you have no Pokeballs!

Hence, as soon as the news of Jcach3DPrinting’s invention hit mainstream media, the news went viral! An insane number of demands started pouring in from all corners of the world.

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Unable to keep up with said demands, Jcach3DPrinting has decided to take a breather and finish the piled up demands first. So, he has decided to stop taking fresh demands for the time being.

The page where his product was earlier available now reads: “due to an OVERWHELMING demand I need to close the store for a few days whilst I catch up with demands”, reports Geek.

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If you feel disappointed that you could not get your hands on the crafty “Pokemon Go” playing device, Jcach3DPrinting has some good news too. “I will be back in just a few days with more models designed, such as for Samsung phones, iPhones, and many more,” he adds!

The Pokeball Aimer costs just $10 and lets you capture your Pokemon every time with a single, perfect swipe! You just need to be patient a while longer.

If you do not have that kind of patience and are in possession of your own 3D Printer, just visit My Mini Factory and download the specifications for building your own Pokeball Aimer for free!

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