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Pokémon Go is an augmented reality game that has been released by Niantic for Android and iOS smartphones. The game is using GPS to track your location, which means that you will need to walk a lot if you want to get many Pokémon.

The Pokémon Go has already been released in the UK, which means that you can already download and install the game on your Android or iOS smartphone. We remind you that the game was firstly released in the U.S., New Zealand and Australia, but since the game was played by many people, causing server problems, the company had to delay its release in Europe.



The developing company didn’t expect so many gamers to play this game and this is the reason why the servers have started to crash. After the developing company has purchased more advanced hardware, the servers were fixed and now they can handle the big amount of players without any problems. Since the servers issues were solved, now the company has released the game in Europe and we’re pretty sure that it will be a real success on this continent as well.

The good part in this game is that it makes you go out a lot, which means that in case your kid plays the game, you will surely see him/her hanging out with his/her friends. Unfortunately, there are people who are taking advantage of this aspect and according to some reports, there have been some crimes going out lately, where the Pokémon Go gamers had their smartphones stolen. In other words, if your kid plays this game and he wants to get to a location that’s far away from your home, you will want to go with him/her.

Overall, the game is nice and there will be many gamers who will play it. However, watch your surrounding while you play this game outside or else someone could grab your smartphone from your hands. Also, if you’re not careful, you might get yourself injured by crossing the street while watching the display of your handset and not paying attention to the traffic.

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