Pokemon was a mainstay of my childhood, but you weren’t allowed to throw Pokeballs, or play with a friend. The new game will have both.
Over in Norway, their PM was recently caught playing Pokemon Go in parliament. Which is fine, because it makes it ok for the rest of us.
Monday morning. The Horror. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Turnbull went to China, Teresa went to Sainthood and Pokémon Go went back to 1998.
Well, it’s the Pokemon Go satire we’ve all been waiting for. Sort of. Feast your eyes on Boganmon. Gotta catch ’em all, I guess.
Everything old is new again this week, with the return of Kevin Rudd and those pesky Pokemon popping up everywhere…but is there an international conspiracy lurking inside those Pokeballs?
It’s rather serious in the world of Blurst this week, when we discuss the meaning of beauty, and the merits of what we see as real. Also featuring a rude coffee.
Augmented reality game Pokémon Go causes disruptive, intrusive, potentially dangerous behaviour, but the game’s developers seem unconcerned with these hazards.
A raft of millennials are discovering their surroundings thanks to Pokémon Go, but men of science are chewing their glasses in angst.