Three years ago today, the augmented reality smartphone game Pokemon Go – where players catch animated characters in the real world – “invaded” Hong Kong, spawning hordes of phone-wielding zombies who took over streets, parks and other public spaces.Trainers (that is what players are called) varied in age, race, sex and religion, but they shared one mission: to catch as many weird-looking virtual creatures as possible.Soon after the launch, the city – like the rest of the world – was in the…


READ  John Boyega to star in a thriller for Netflix


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here