It is not something that hasn’t passed a single ear without acknowledgement. Since Pokémon Go came out, not so long ago, it has made headlines, and has spread all over the world in a short time. The game is simple, all you have to do is find the virtual creature, either try to capture it or attack it to get points.
Now, coming back to the game, the same story line is there. The only difference is, the game take out of your comforting video game room and into the real world. Firstly you have to download the app on your phone and using real life GPS coordination, you will be able to detect where the nearby game monster is. Of course it will be shown on your smartphone screen, virtually, but at a reality spot.
Once you have found it, you either capture it, or if it is a villain monster, you have to battle it, until it has be destroyed. Although the game has made millions embark on physical activities, and booming small business (at Pokémon hotspots) there has been many cons of the game too.
Some have been involved in road accidents. Others have been caught in robberies while unfortunate victims have had fights between them, over catching the monster first. Many governments have banned the game from being played because of the harm and possible nuisance it has brought.