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China's Gamers Upset to Be Left Out of Pokmon GoWeve all heard it Pokmon Go has taken over the world. The augmented reality video game, which superimposes lurid cartoon characters onto the real world as viewed through your smartphone camera, is the most downloaded free iPhone app of all time, and has sent developer Nintendos stock soaring to an all-time, 33-year high. Droves of youngsters and older folk who dont mind looking daft in public are scouring their real-life neighborhoods, where the game craftily hides a mlange of creatures and loot to collect. But describing Pokmon Go as a global phenomenon comes with one huge caveat China, whose 1.3 billion people spent a world-beating $22.3 billion on video games last year, has not had Pokmon Go released in its territory. I have tried every method I can find to down load Pokmon Go, but nothing works and its driving me crazy, posted one user of Chinas Twitter-like microblog Weibo. It is my first time to be so interested in a game, who can help me? Get The Brief. Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now.  Thank you! For your security, we've sent a confirmation email to the address you entered. Click the

link to confirm your subscription and begin receiving our newsletters. If you don't get the confirmation within 10 minutes, please check your spam folder. What is loneliness? chin-strokes another. I feel lonely because Pokmon Go hasnt been released in China. Facing the empty prairie without any Pokmons, I have nothing to do but to reflect my life. Please release Pokmon Go in China, I dont want to miss these childhood memories. In fact, the game has only been released in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand so far, as designer Niantic Labs wanted to be sure its servers could handle the influx of players. (And in hindsight, with good cause.) But Chinese gamers are nothing but resourceful, and have adopted myriad means to gate-crash the Pokmon Go party. The first enterprising gamers thought that by changing the region setting on their smartphone, or purchasing Apple IDs registered in the official release nations, that they could skirt the geographical restriction. This works to a degree, except that upon entering the virtual world the games GPS parameters kick in, and the gamers are bereft of any Pokmon characters to catch.

 Tim (last name not given) plays Pokemon Go on his smartphone outside of Nintendo's flagship store, July 11, 2016, in New York City. The success of Nintendo's new smartphone game, Pokemon Go, has sent shares of Nintendo soaring Drew Angerer—Getty Images However, some websites are cashing in by f

logging Chinese customers illicit versions of the game in which San Francisco locations are superimposed on Chinese streets, reports Quartz. Other gamers have resorted to buying hacked versions of Pokmon Go that have the geographical restrictions removed. These appeared for sale online soon after the official release, though Niantic Labs has vowed to ban anyone caught using them.   Many gamers have instead opted for Chinese versions of Pokmon Go, like City Demon Go, which has seen a huge spike in downloads on the back of Pokmon Go fever. These are similar in concept except, crucially, none are yet augmented reality. Players hunt for monsters and treasure just like in the real game, except they roam a virtual world without the need to leave their sofa, much like any standard role-

playing adventure.



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