The Fifth Great Migration: Consolidated Nest In Singapore (20/Oct)
EDIT #1: The information below is no longer valid, please refer to this page for latest nest information.
EDIT: API has cracked, FastPokeMap is able to pull data from Niantic to display Pokemon spawn but due to heavy users and data scrapping from other Tracker Apps, FastPokeMap had been unstable and was disabled a few days ago.
As informed, players around the globe observed big change in nest locations at this morning -- this is the fifth migration since the game launch. The 4th one occurred at 7/ Oct which was just roughly 15 days ago.
Judging from the previous two migration dates, it seems that Niantic is shortening the migration cycle to once every 2 weeks or less rather than the previous 3 - 4 weeks' cycle.
- Migration #1 - July 29, 2016
- Migration #2 - August 22, 2016
- Migration #3 - September 28, 2016
- Migration #4 - October 6, 2016
- Migration #5 - October 20, 2016
At the time of writing, all spawn tracker Apps continue to be non-functioning. Many players find themselves handicapped by the lack of 3rd party spawn tracker, which is understandable given that the one provided in the game is inadequate for any use.
Right now, all hopes are on the developers behind FastPokeMap, whose leading the reverse engineering effort to bring tracker Apps back to life. However, as reported in their latest tweek, there is still no expected date of delivery but this time round they indicated that they will be sharing the code once it's cracked; and once their tracker is up, the rest of the Pokemon GO 3rd party Apps will return as well.
I still don't know when FPM will return, depends on how fast we crack the iphone's code.— FastPokeMap Official (@FastPokeMapCom) October 20, 2016
Our reversing effort won't bring just FPM back but also pokemesh, pokewhere, pokealert, pokestumble, pokevs & others.— FastPokeMap Official (@FastPokeMapCom) October 20, 2016
The table shows the latest consolidated Singapore's nest list. We will be keeping the list updated as new report comes in, so do check in once in awhile.
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Nest migration pattern
|Before migration||After migration||Confirmed|
|Abra nest||Pearl's Hill City Park|
|Charmander nest||Fort Canning Park|
|Charmander nest||McRitchie Reservoir Park|
|Clefairy nest||Alexandra Retail Centre|
|Clefairy nest||Fort Canning Park|
|Drowzee nest||Biopolis (One-North in Buona Vista)|
|Electabuzz nest||Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West / Town Park West|
|Growlithe nest||Tampines Central park|
|Growlithe nest||Sembawang MRT|
|Jynx nest||Tanjong Rhu open field, opposite Indoor Stadium|
|Kabuto nest||East Coast Park Zone F (M)|
|Krabby nest||Botanic Garden|
|Machop nest||Kallang Riverside Park North|
|Magmar nest||Bishan - Ang Mo Kio Park (East)|
|Magmar nest||East Coast Park Big Splash|
|Magnemite nest||Tanjong Rhu open field, opposite Indoor Stadium|
|Magnemite nest||Parkway Parade|
|Oddish nest||Sentosa USS|
|Onix nest||Marina Blvd Open Field|
|Onix nest||Lawn @ Marina Bay|
|Onix nest||Jurong Central Park (around McDonalds)|
|Pikachu nest||Har Par Villa|
|Rhyhorn nest||Sengkang Riverside Park|
|Seel nest||East Coast Park Big Splash|
|Shellder nest||Japanese Garden|
|slowpoke nest||Kent Ridge park|
|Tentacool nest||Bukit Batok Nature Reserve|
|Vulpix nest||Punggol waterway park|
|Vulpix nest||Yishun St 72 Nee Soon Central Community Park|