Playing The Pokemon Go with blur background

Although Pokémon Go is only 21 days young, over 30 million users have downloaded and played the augmented reality game on their smartphones.  In the latest release of the pocket monster franchise, your mission is to capture and train pokémon—facsimiles of real and fictional creatures ranging from caterpillars and pigeons to electric mice and water dragons.  Unlike previous renditions, players must get off their couches and amble through their neighborhoods—picking up important in-game items at pokéstops and battling other players’ pokémon to take over gyms along the way.  The game is now bigger than both Twitter and Tinder, and while millennial nostalgia has contributed to its success, people of all ages are venturing into the world to “catch them all.”  Continue Reading