A teenager hunts Pokemon in the Beirut Souks shopping center.
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Despite the millions of dollars and hours of training poured into Lebanon's security services, nothing could prevent hordes of monsters from invading the nation and its people, who willingly offered themselves to their new overlords.As a player nears a target the screen shifts to the phone's camera showing the Pokemon in the real world. A ball then appears at the bottom of the screen for users to flick which would send it in the direction of the creature in an attempt for it to be caught. PokeStops are real world cultural and historic landmarks. The game uses real world landmarks to donate "gym," everything from statues, museums, and even local bakeries have been transformed into virtual arenas within which players battle for game points, but more importantly: boasting rights.True to form, Lebanese took to social media with their usual sarcasm and humor to voice their take on the game.
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