Created in 1995 by Satoshi Tajiri, the popular media franchise Pokemon has been taken to new boundaries this year, with the release of Pokemon Go.
If you’re at a mature age, we can understand that and we will continue to explain that the latest creation is a location-based augmented reality mobile game, developed by Niantic, which took the US of A, Australia, Europe and Asia by storm.
It allows players to capture, train and battle virtual Pokemons that appear in the real world and it can be played using the camera and GPS of compatible devices, but things are bound to get more interesting for users, who will get an optional companion Bluetooth wearable device in the near future, alerting them when a Pokemon is nearby.
The game has become the most downloaded smartphone app in the United States in the first three days of its release and helped increase publisher Nintendo’s stock value by 63.7 percent to $28 billion.
Now, almost a week after its official release, it won the hearts of the rich and famous too, who wasted no time taking their hypercars out for Pokemon hunting – a Porsche 918 Spyder in this case. The owner and driver of the German hybrid exotic is Alexander Salomon, whom you may remember from previous videos, when he got his hands on some of the most sought after sets of wheels out there.