Monday, August 29, 2016

Pokemon Go: A Dangerous Game.



Again, Pokemon, but this time in the form of Pokémon Go, mobile app latest take the world by storm.

Last Wednesday, captured Pokémon go really world attention in ways we can't even begin to explain. Original Pokemon — game creatures – for the first time in Japan in 1996, and became an immediate sensation around the world. The children watched tv show, collecting the cards and play game boy games to no end. Now that the Pokemon again, meet crazy nostalgic generation, it leads to some strange and frightening discoveries.

The concept of transition Pokémon like: players trying to find their beloved animated creatures in the real world. Using GPS, the game requires actual physical exploration, unlike the original Nintendo series limited to the console. To collect Pokemon, people walking around until they found one. Then use the users Pokéballs to catch the creature she spotted while out and about. When further players to capture Pokémon himself over and over again, and receive candy, eventually leading Pokémon to grow in power.

While the game has definitely perks — which makes people more active boy for starters – they also have disadvantages. With players constantly glued to their phones, people to each other and the real world houses in people turned to "zombies", or to a space where they could be training Pokémon. Find an unlucky man in Massachusetts home surrounded by strangers who discovered his "mathematical games".

Not just strangers began popping up on private property, and fewer concerns honestly, people got hurt. One user friend admitted he fell down a hole just 30 minutes to load the game. He suffered broken bones in his foot. Another player fell off his skateboard and drew blood.

This is a list of injuries goes on and on.

But the scare is one discovery that was made by a 19-year-old woman – and no, it wasn't rare Pokémon; Wyoming resident Shayla Wiggins hopped a fence to walk along rivers to catch Pokemon from a natural water source when I discovered a dead body. Police say in Missouri, stole the players after visiting Pokéstops. Four suspects, all teenagers, was charged with armed robbery, the police also found a gun from one teen.

None of these serious incidents, however, have curbed interest in this game, so I guess all I can say is, to play careful, everyone!
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