It is official! I am part of the world’s population who has been bitten by the Pokemon Go bug. And my avatar is aptly called Nengkoy (of course!).
It’s my third day of playing this massively popular game. And at this early point in time, I can already identify three major benefits of playing Pokemon Go.
First, playing Pokemon Go entails lots and lots of walking. Thus, I will be consuming lots and lots of unwanted body fats and calories so as to search around for those lots and lots of elusive monster Pokemons. As a matter of fact, according to my Samsung S Health isometric app, I was able to achieve my walking goals on the first 2 days of my joining and playing this game.
Second, playing Pokemon Go requires the use of mobile phone’s Global Positioning System (GPS) as well as the aptitude in reading maps. Aside from, being able to appreciate the architectural, historical or cultural value and significance of sites chosen as PokeStop, my poor navigational skills will have no choice but to improve and be sharpened so as to search for those hard-to-pin-down Pokemons.
Lastly, it’s fun! This I guess need not be explained. Pokemon Go will not be explosively popular worldwide if it ain’t fun at all!
Magtago na kayo! Let da geym begin…