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Wander into the downtown area of any major city around the world and you'll likely find people walking around with a laser-sharp focus on their smartphones. Normally, you'd think they were following directions or having an intense Snapchat session, but these days it's more likely they're playing Pokemon Go. This is the mobile game that has taken the world by storm, and with good reason: It's the closest we've gotten to capturing and training actual real life Pokemon. The gameplay and implementation of augmented reality (AR) isn't brilliant or groundbreaking in and of itself. It's the same framework used by Ingress, an earlier AR game from Pokemon Go creator Niantic Labs. What sets Pokemon Go apart is the sheer scale and scope of its cross-generational appeal. The game may drain your phone battery and tracking may still be broken, but Pokemon Go still manages to balance the difficult task of being fun for newcomers and capturing the sense of nostalgia for the old hands. Pokemon Go is tremendously fun and, despite a few issues, it's one of the most addictive iPhone games I've ever played.I initially connected it to my Google account, which may not have been the best idea at the time, given recent reports about security issues. At launch, Niantic requested broad permissions that gave the app full access to my Google account, including emails

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asked Jun 18 in News by John (930 points)  
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