Pokémon Go interactive map: Share where you’ve found them in Colorado

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DENVER — Pokémon Go has become the latest gaming craze as people everywhere try to “catch ’em all.”

All over Colorado, people have been playing. The creatures have been found at places like Red Rocks and Elitch Gardens.

Add your finds on our map

Share where you’ve found them on our map. On your computer, click the plus sign (+) on the upper right of the map to add a marker. On your phone, click the menu in the upper left, then click “Add.”

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Pokémon Go takes creatures from the popular Game Boy games of the 1990s and superimposes them in real-world locations, a concept known as augmented reality. Aerodactyls, flareons can Mewtwos be found at certain GPS coordinates, but are only visible through your camera phone (after downloading the free app).

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