More than 15 years back, I was actually a Pokemon fan and I played it everyday from the Nintendo Gameboy in my early teen. I remembered I spent countless of hours on hunting for Mewtwo, Mew and the 3 legendary birds.
In 2016, Niantic, Inc. has brought back a lot generation Y’s childhoods best memory, Pokemon game into whole new level.
Pokemon Go comes in augmented reality form was launch in 2016 between July-Aug 2016 to over more than 30 countries and created havoc across the world. Users aka. Pokemon trainers have to move around from place to place to hunt for different Pokemon and to increase the player’s experience.
In Monday evening, I just finished my hectic job and decided to go for a jog at the Woodland Waterfront Park, Singapore to workout and release my stress. Of course, I was actually wanted to hunt Pokemon while jog and I were surprised when I reached the park at 8pm.
The park full of kids and adults playing Pokemon Go! Wow! The park usually so much fewer people, but today is the crowdest day I ever see in the park.
I would say 90% people at there for catching the Pokemon, and there are cute girls around too. This is good for someone who are looking to get to know new girls 🙂
Since the Pokemon Go game launched, it has gone viral all over the world. I not sure whether is good or bad to the community at the moment and it is too early for us to judge, but people are having more outing these days to catch Pokemon.
I managed to get myself a few hot Pokemon too:
But I don’t think I going to play Pokemon Go as hardcore as I used to play in Nintendo Gameboy, considering the long working time I have and other life I am juggling at the moment.
Pokemon Go has proven to the community that people are actually vulnerable to social influences and tends to follow what majority of people are doing and to keep themselves up to the trend!
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