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Gaming Brought Outdoors

Hunter Gurley, 17, and his mother Sadie Gurley, 45, of East Quogue, hunt Pokémon in Westhampton Beach. He is level 6 on Team Mystic. “My best Pokémon will be what my Eevee evolves into,” he said. She is trainer level 4 and her best Pokémon is a Venonat that she just caught. “I got the game because it’s something fun to do with my two sons,” she said.

Nick Castillo, Jack Zaloga and Diego Trujillo, from left to right, ride their bikes around Southampton Village to catch Pokémon. The Southampton Historical Museum to their right is a gym in the game.

Maddie Ringelstein and Max Cook, both 14, catching Pokémon in Agawam Park. Maddie is level 5 and on Team Mystic. Her best Pokémon is a Wigglytuff. Max is level 10 on Team Instinct. His best is a Vulpix because it is his rarest Pokémon. “I’ve never played Pokémon before this game. I only started three days ago because everyone else was playing,” she said. “I’ve been a Pokémon fan since I was 4 years old,” he said.

Jake Nichols, 8, in front of the memorial fountain in Agawam Park, which is a gym. He is trainer level 2 and must be level 5 before joining a team. His best Pokémon is a Pidgey that he just caught in the park. “I like how it has a map that shows everything around you,” he said. Right, siblings Tatiana Banks, 22, and Will Banks, 20, playing “Pokémon Go” in Agawam Park. Both on Team Instinct, she is trainer level 10 and he is level 14. Her best Pokémon is a Pidgeot and his is a Vaporeon. “I really love flying Pokémon,” Ms. Banks said after admitting that she catches every Pidgey she sees. “I work around here, so I’m in the area all the time trying to capture this gym,” Mr. Banks said. ANISAH ABDULLAH photos

Players take to the streets to catch Pokémon and control gyms

Gaming Brought Outdoors

Hunter Gurley, 17, and his mother Sadie Gurley, 45, of East Quogue, hunt Pokémon in Westhampton Beach. He is level 6 on Team Mystic. “My best Pokémon will be what my Eevee evolves into,” he said. She is trainer level 4 and her best Pokémon is a Venonat that she just caught. “I got the game because it’s something fun to do with my two sons,” she said.

Nick Castillo, Jack Zaloga and Diego Trujillo, from left to right, ride their bikes around Southampton Village to catch Pokémon. The Southampton Historical Museum to their right is a gym in the game.

Maddie Ringelstein and Max Cook, both 14, catching Pokémon in Agawam Park. Maddie is level 5 and on Team Mystic. Her best Pokémon is a Wigglytuff. Max is level 10 on Team Instinct. His best is a Vulpix because it is his rarest Pokémon. “I’ve never played Pokémon before this game. I only started three days ago because everyone else was playing,” she said. “I’ve been a Pokémon fan since I was 4 years old,” he said.

Jake Nichols, 8, in front of the memorial fountain in Agawam Park, which is a gym. He is trainer level 2 and must be level 5 before joining a team. His best Pokémon is a Pidgey that he just caught in the park. “I like how it has a map that shows everything around you,” he said. Right, siblings Tatiana Banks, 22, and Will Banks, 20, playing “Pokémon Go” in Agawam Park. Both on Team Instinct, she is trainer level 10 and he is level 14. Her best Pokémon is a Pidgeot and his is a Vaporeon. “I really love flying Pokémon,” Ms. Banks said after admitting that she catches every Pidgey she sees. “I work around here, so I’m in the area all the time trying to capture this gym,” Mr. Banks said. ANISAH ABDULLAH photos

Gaming Brought Outdoors

Hunter Gurley, 17, and his mother Sadie Gurley, 45, of East Quogue, hunt Pokémon in Westhampton Beach. He is level 6 on Team Mystic. “My best Pokémon will be what my Eevee evolves into,” he said. She is trainer level 4 and her best Pokémon is a Venonat that she just caught. “I got the game because it’s something fun to do with my two sons,” she said.

Nick Castillo, Jack Zaloga and Diego Trujillo, from left to right, ride their bikes around Southampton Village to catch Pokémon. The Southampton Historical Museum to their right is a gym in the game.

Maddie Ringelstein and Max Cook, both 14, catching Pokémon in Agawam Park. Maddie is level 5 and on Team Mystic. Her best Pokémon is a Wigglytuff. Max is level 10 on Team Instinct. His best is a Vulpix because it is his rarest Pokémon. “I’ve never played Pokémon before this game. I only started three days ago because everyone else was playing,” she said. “I’ve been a Pokémon fan since I was 4 years old,” he said.

Jake Nichols, 8, in front of the memorial fountain in Agawam Park, which is a gym. He is trainer level 2 and must be level 5 before joining a team. His best Pokémon is a Pidgey that he just caught in the park. “I like how it has a map that shows everything around you,” he said. Right, siblings Tatiana Banks, 22, and Will Banks, 20, playing “Pokémon Go” in Agawam Park. Both on Team Instinct, she is trainer level 10 and he is level 14. Her best Pokémon is a Pidgeot and his is a Vaporeon. “I really love flying Pokémon,” Ms. Banks said after admitting that she catches every Pidgey she sees. “I work around here, so I’m in the area all the time trying to capture this gym,” Mr. Banks said. ANISAH ABDULLAH photos

Gaming Brought Outdoors

Hunter Gurley, 17, and his mother Sadie Gurley, 45, of East Quogue, hunt Pokémon in Westhampton Beach. He is level 6 on Team Mystic. “My best Pokémon will be what my Eevee evolves into,” he said. She is trainer level 4 and her best Pokémon is a Venonat that she just caught. “I got the game because it’s something fun to do with my two sons,” she said.

Nick Castillo, Jack Zaloga and Diego Trujillo, from left to right, ride their bikes around Southampton Village to catch Pokémon. The Southampton Historical Museum to their right is a gym in the game.

Maddie Ringelstein and Max Cook, both 14, catching Pokémon in Agawam Park. Maddie is level 5 and on Team Mystic. Her best Pokémon is a Wigglytuff. Max is level 10 on Team Instinct. His best is a Vulpix because it is his rarest Pokémon. “I’ve never played Pokémon before this game. I only started three days ago because everyone else was playing,” she said. “I’ve been a Pokémon fan since I was 4 years old,” he said.

Jake Nichols, 8, in front of the memorial fountain in Agawam Park, which is a gym. He is trainer level 2 and must be level 5 before joining a team. His best Pokémon is a Pidgey that he just caught in the park. “I like how it has a map that shows everything around you,” he said. Right, siblings Tatiana Banks, 22, and Will Banks, 20, playing “Pokémon Go” in Agawam Park. Both on Team Instinct, she is trainer level 10 and he is level 14. Her best Pokémon is a Pidgeot and his is a Vaporeon. “I really love flying Pokémon,” Ms. Banks said after admitting that she catches every Pidgey she sees. “I work around here, so I’m in the area all the time trying to capture this gym,” Mr. Banks said. ANISAH ABDULLAH photos

Gaming Brought Outdoors

Hunter Gurley, 17, and his mother Sadie Gurley, 45, of East Quogue, hunt Pokémon in Westhampton Beach. He is level 6 on Team Mystic. “My best Pokémon will be what my Eevee evolves into,” he said. She is trainer level 4 and her best Pokémon is a Venonat that she just caught. “I got the game because it’s something fun to do with my two sons,” she said.

Nick Castillo, Jack Zaloga and Diego Trujillo, from left to right, ride their bikes around Southampton Village to catch Pokémon. The Southampton Historical Museum to their right is a gym in the game.

Maddie Ringelstein and Max Cook, both 14, catching Pokémon in Agawam Park. Maddie is level 5 and on Team Mystic. Her best Pokémon is a Wigglytuff. Max is level 10 on Team Instinct. His best is a Vulpix because it is his rarest Pokémon. “I’ve never played Pokémon before this game. I only started three days ago because everyone else was playing,” she said. “I’ve been a Pokémon fan since I was 4 years old,” he said.

Jake Nichols, 8, in front of the memorial fountain in Agawam Park, which is a gym. He is trainer level 2 and must be level 5 before joining a team. His best Pokémon is a Pidgey that he just caught in the park. “I like how it has a map that shows everything around you,” he said. Right, siblings Tatiana Banks, 22, and Will Banks, 20, playing “Pokémon Go” in Agawam Park. Both on Team Instinct, she is trainer level 10 and he is level 14. Her best Pokémon is a Pidgeot and his is a Vaporeon. “I really love flying Pokémon,” Ms. Banks said after admitting that she catches every Pidgey she sees. “I work around here, so I’m in the area all the time trying to capture this gym,” Mr. Banks said. ANISAH ABDULLAH photos

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