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  • Boiseans bond playing Pokemon Go

    Twenty-somethings who grew up playing Pokemon video games are excited about the free new "augmented reality" game Pokemon Go but it's attracting people of all ages in the Boise area. It's a game that requires players, called "trainers," to walk to catch the Pokemon, or pocket monsters.

Twenty-somethings who grew up playing Pokemon video games are excited about the free new "augmented reality" game Pokemon Go but it's attracting people of all ages in the Boise area. It's a game that requires players, called "trainers," to walk to catch the Pokemon, or pocket monsters. Katy Moeller kmoeller@idahostatesman.com
Twenty-somethings who grew up playing Pokemon video games are excited about the free new "augmented reality" game Pokemon Go but it's attracting people of all ages in the Boise area. It's a game that requires players, called "trainers," to walk to catch the Pokemon, or pocket monsters. Katy Moeller kmoeller@idahostatesman.com

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