Have you seen the digital zombies – in the park, in front of churches and stores, in the street? These aren’t your normal, flesh-eating zombies. Rather, it’s their thirst for rare imaginary creatures called Pokémon that causes them to stumble around town.
Pokémon Go, which launched on July 6 in the United States, potentially is the start of a new era in the mobile gaming revolution. In the game, players are able to use their phone’s GPS to catch imaginary creatures in real-life locations such as parks, on streets or in their households.