It makes me kind of sad to think that Pokémon Go is now a year old.
Actually sad is probably the wrong word — more nostalgic, maybe. When I think back to July and August last year it seemed like absolutely everyone in the world was playing it: friends, colleagues, family, random people in the street.
You’d go out on your lunch break and you’d see people doing it: gleeful kids, surreptitious businessmen, strangers chatting to each other outside virtual gyms. The game created a frantic energy that makes this summer’s fidget spinner craze look positively tiny in comparison.
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