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Pokemon Go Is Redefining Our Communities

The new sensational app, Pokemon Go, has redefined our communities as strangers join forces to track down and capture imaginary monsters! Did Pokemon just solve the gap between the lack of activity associated with digital devices in new generations with the adventurous ways of the old? We think it might have. There’s no denying Pokemon Go, by Niantic, has become …

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‘Pokemon Go’ players stumble on hidden history


PROVIDENCE, R.I. —Historical markers have long dotted the landscape, often barely noticed by passers-by — until they became treasure-filled stops this month on the “Pokemon Go” trail. Players hunting for fictional creatures on their smartphones are now visiting real-life memorial plaques, statues, mosaics and landmarks, ranging from a Civil War battlefield in Chancellorsville, Virginia, to a Hells Angels clubhouse on …

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‘Pokemon GO’ Actually Gets Way More Fun After Level 20


Pokémon GO, like any number of games similar to it, can feel like two games at times. There’s the beginning, when the world is fresh and new, and there’s the endgame, where discovery turns to grind and we start to think about what it will be actually like to play this game over months and years. In Pokémon GO, that happens …

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John Hanke: is the man behind Pokemon Go the new Steve Jobs?


In his former office at Google, overlooking the San Francisco waterfront, John Hanke kept the shelves well stocked with games. Computer games, obviously befitting a man obsessed with technology, but proper old-fashioned board games too. Prominent among them were Risk, Settlers of Catan and Stratego. All three have the same simple aim: to take over the world. Today the 49-year-old, …

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Pokémon Go will eventually add new pokémon and customizable pokéstops


Pokémon Go has been such a phenomenon that Comic-Con upgraded it from a tiny panel into a premier event in Hall H, where it appeared to pack most of the 6,000-plus seats in the room this afternoon. If you’ve questioned how seriously people are taking this game, you should hear how long the cheers (and jeers) of several thousand fans went …

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