Pokémon Go and Pokémon not to Go
The Pokémons from Pokémon Go appear at your work, at the streets, at school and even in your bed. These virtual creatures are everywhere in the world and you can catch them with your own smartphone. But there are some places in the world, like Auschwitz, where Pokémon should not be allowed according to a number of people.
Everyone heard about the new game Pokémon Go that is basically the hottest application (app) in the world right now. Pokémon is a game where you can walk true your own neighbourhood by using your smartphone camera to catch the creatures yourself. Gameplay involves capturing Pokémons that are near your real world location by throwing a virtual poke ball, something that a lot people dreamed off fifteen years ago.
The app is now available to download in Australia, New Zealand and the United States. It’s not officially available in Europe, but of course people have found there way how also they can join the Pokémon Go craze. By downloading the Pokémon Go app with an account installed as it’s in one of the countries, you’ll also be able to capture the Pokémon’s in Europe.
Apparently the Pokémon Go app is not so well developed that it would not pop up Pokémon’s at important places in the world. There has been a Pokémon at the former concentration camp Auschwitz in Poland, the 11 September memorial in New York and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. People find it inappropriate to appear the creatures at that kind of places. Those places are meant to be a memorial and not a playground. The makers of the game are already contacted about the disrespectful places to let a Pokémon appear. They have been asked not to include those places in the Pokémon Go game.