The simulator works very well with raid bosses.
You can select up to twenty teams of 6 Pokémon to battle letting you see which combinations of Pokémon are the best to fight a boss with.
You can also select any Pokémon to be any raid boss tier to prepare for when the bosses change.
This enables it to not need to be updated by me when Niantic changes which Pokémon can be which bosses.
This simulator gives results that are easy to understand and expand.
The results section includes a graph of every Pokémons health over time.
Below the graphs are tables of each Pokémon and the damage they dealt.
The site is free, mobile friendly and continuously advancing.
The results from a battle are easy to understand.
The configuration screen offers plenty of options while also being easy to use.
PokéSimulator.com is built so that it as Pokémon Go changes the site can too.
This site is beginning with a ‘simple’ battle system which will eventually evolve into being able to do batch battles or mass evaluations.
When a simulation is run on this site it records every event that would happen and stores it.
Currently less than half of the information stored is actually used, but I have plans on how to use all of it.