So, the much delayed and anticipated Pokemon GO launched in the US the other day. Let your inner-kid rejoice.
Despite several glaring issues: battery drain, server crashes, etc., it looks to be trending really high on social media. I'll assume I'm not the only who has noticed random people running all over town trying to catch Pokemon.
For those of you not aware, Nintendo and Niantic, Inc launched this free app to catch Pokemon in real-life using a smartphone and its GPS and camera. Works of art generally serve as stations to gather supplies and points of interest serve as gyms to hold and defend gyms.
I'm currently not in AA, but was wondering what has been turned into gyms and Pokestations across campus? Sadly you can only see your immediate surrounding area and not scroll to different parts of the country to look.
SIAP, didn't see anything in the antiquated search tool
My personal favorite stories thus far are about Australian police telling kids to GTFO of their police station that is a gym: http://wtkr.com/2016/07/07/australian-police-warn-pokemon-go-players-to…