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Pokémon revivial comes to Argyll as people hunt down ‘creatures’ using smart phones

sneil@obantimes.co.uk

THE world seems to be catching Pokémon fever again, with many children – young and old – searching Argyll for fictional Japanese creatures on their smart phones.

The Nintendo-owned franchise Pokémon, which exploded in popularity in the late 1990s, is making a comeback with a free phone app called Pokémon Go, which was released earlier this month.

Pokémon hunters in Oban have been seen hunting down the mythical creatures on their smart phones.
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