Pokemon GO

The game is shareware (provides the ability to purchase in-game items for real money) and invites participants to find, appropriate and train captured creatures, as well as engage in battles with each other. Augmented reality assumes that Pokemon randomly appear in the player’s real location - creatures that must be caught and used to fight other users.

The game has gained immense popularity in a short time - at least 100 million users have downloaded the application. For developers, it brought in more than $440 million in revenue. The game's gameplay itself received mixed reviews. Positive aspects were the increase in physical activity in the real world, the concept of the game and the successful use of augmented reality. At the same time, there was a considerable number of emergency and traumatic situations in which users were directly involved during the game.

The very first state to ban the download and use of the application on its territory was Iran. Several other countries followed suit.

Fans of the Pokémon universe can find all the creatures of the first, second and third level in the game (no Kekleon). In the fourth level, some of the "animals" are missing. The fifth level contains only some representatives, for example, Pikachu, Squirtle, Bulbasaur and Charmander. Despite the ambiguity of reviews and gameplay, the game has a stable fan base, which made it possible to create a full-fledged update as early as 02.2017. This is how more than 80 Pokemon from Johto appeared in the game,

This game was first released on 07/06/2016 on iOS and Android platforms by users in the United States, New Zealand and Australia. Developer Niantic is the author of a whole series of mobile games Pokémon. Specifically, Pokémon Go is characterized by a multiplayer mode using GPS and augmented reality.