Pokémon Go encourages players to physically travel to explore the game’s map and visit PokéStops (the smaller circular (purple, visited) or cube (blue) icons, depending on proximity) and gyms.
Whether you’re an experienced player, new to the game, or just wondering what all the fuss is about, this High Noon is for you.
Miner Librarian, and Level 34 Player, Daniel Castillo will cover tools and resources to help you improve your game, such as maps, local groups (Facebook and Reddit) and websites. This talk will also cover the game in the medical literature (it does encourage movement and walking!) and in popular culture. We’ll also learn the best places to catch these little digital creatures and where to play in the winter.
Please join us at noon on Wednesday, February 22, in Miner’s History of Medicine room. Admission is FREE. Everyone is welcome. Feel free to bring your lunch.
For more information, contact Daniel Castillo at 275-6873.