Jul 12, 2016, 11:48am EDT
July 26, 2016
Where to catch Pokémon in Washington, D.C.
Pokemon Go has taken the country by storm. With the new mobile game, Niantic Labs (a Google-grown company, in cooperation with Nintendo and the Pokémon Company) has reinvigorated the public to explore their cities, even at the risk of injuries.
July 26, 2016
The top 10 most popular Pokémon Go gyms in D.C.
There’s little information about what the most popular areas are that players have been congregating at. Thankfully, Cuebiq took the time to look at the behavior of Pokémon Go users and create a top 10 list of the most visited gyms in D.C.
July 20, 2016
Pokémon Go meetups, subreddits, and groups in D.C.
There is so much you need to learn to succeed at Pokémon Go. While a mobile game, it comes with its share of obstacles, such as figuring out where to find Pokémon. Rather than try to understand the game on your own, it’s better to join a group.
July 19, 2016
Pokéstops are the newest, silliest rental amenity
This Washington, D.C. apartment isn’t the prettiest thing to look at. It’s not a large unit. It doesn’t have high ceilings. The kitchen is basically in a closet. So, what can a seller do to make renters want a tour? How about bring up Pokémon Go?
July 15, 2016
Every Pokéstop and gym in Washington, D.C., mapped
Looking for a new gym to conquer? Or maybe a Pokéstop to nab some in-game items? Here is a crowdsourced map of every Pokéstop and gym in the greater Washington region. The map points with the Pokéballs are Pokéstops, while the Pikachus are gyms.
July 14, 2016
Here is your Pokémon Go Washington, D.C. photo roundup
Pokémon Go has taken over the city. For those interested in seeing what game play is like, check out these Instagram photos and Tweets, all taken in the D.C. Metro area, from Psyduck at the Washington Monument to Poliwag at Capitol Hill.
July 13, 2016
Pokemon Go player defaces Meridian Hill Park sign
This is why we can’t have nice things, Pokemon Go players. On the Washington, D.C. subreddit, a user posted the above photo, showing a defaced sign in Meridian Hill Park with the words, "Team Mystic. There was little public approval from Reddit users
July 12, 2016
How Pokemon Go is affecting D.C. businesses
For some businesses in Washington, D.C., the new mobile game, Pokemon Go, is more of a nuisance than a blessing. While the game encourages exploring one’s neighborhood, there are businesses in D.C. that are fed up with the surge in visitors.