Museums, businesses and even military bases are getting caught up in the Pokémon Go craze that is sweeping the world. But not every facility found to possess virtual monsters seems thrilled to be part of the game.
The app-based game, available for a free download on iPhone and Android devices, uses real-world places for players to search for imaginary items. According to vox.com, the game uses a phone’s GPS and clock to detect where you are and make the Pokemon characters appear around you so you can go catch them.
Has your facility been inundated with Pokémon players? Some have, and many facility managers are not happy about it. Let us know!
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