Colton Sullivan, right, and his brother Sam, of Joliet, Ill., participate in the Pokemon GO Fest 2019, in Chicago's Grant Park while playing Pokemon GO game Thursday, June 13, 2019. (AP Photo/Amr Alfiky)
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The creators of mobile gaming phenomenon Pokemon Go unleashed a new game Thursday that features Harry Potter and other characters from the wizarding world made famous in best-selling books and movies. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite was co-developed by Pokemon Go developer Niantic Inc. and AT&T Inc.'s Warner Bros, which owns the rights to develop entertainment based on author J.K. Rowling's popular Harry Potter series.At a launch event held by Warner Bros., Haddish said her favorite part of the game was that it forces people to move around to search for clues and characters.
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