I downloaded it the other day and have to say it's superb. Ignoring the Pokemon aspect the interaction with the 'real world' is superb and the Pokestop landmarks have already helped me discover a few things near to where I live that I never knew existed despite living nearby for years.
I'm sure the novelty will wear off but it's great to see people outside enjoying themselves.
Ive noticed loads of folk playing it when I've been on my way to work. It's no for me though.
Is it a game? Or is it just walking about and finding pokemons randomly to add to your collection? Once you have them....then what?
You walk around catching Pokemon, which can then be used to battle gyms scattered across city. These gyms are controlled by other users who select one of three teams to join (Red, Yellow or Blue). Other features are getting added in future updates as well. I have to say I've been playing it for around a week and loving it so far 😄
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Downloaded it a few days ago so my son could have a wee shot. Quite strange as I found a rat in my kitchen and a pigeon in the car park at tesco (I was over there shopping, not chasing pokemon).
One thing I'm not keen on is a blue thing that is literally metres away from my house. The boy tells me it's a pokemon stop, whatever that is, and there does seem to be a bigger amount of teenagers skulking about on phones than there usually is. There had better not be any hassle.