Pokémon GO finally launches in the UK

SurveyMonkey has released data which shows how massive Pokémon Go has become.

Japanese gaming giant Nintendo soared again Thursday, taking a week-long rally to 75 percent as investors ride the coattails of the Pokemon Go phenomenon sweeping the planet.

He declined to go into a detailed timeframe for further rollouts but noted that the company's first location-based augmented reality game Ingress had taken a month or two to reach that number of markets.

A statement from the Pokemon Go app Twitter account read: "UK Trainers, the wait is over".

To play the game, you're going to have to use Global Positioning System and mobile data. Your job then is to catch the critters - you see them in the real world, using your phone's camera - and battle them against others in nearby "gyms".

The game's release comes despite calls from the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) to introduce safety features before making it available to United Kingdom users.

"We encourage all people to be aware of their surroundings and to play with friends or family, especially when you're exploring unfamiliar places". Tap it to bring up a list of nearby Pokemon. Keep the tracker open as you walk around to see the Pokemon change order, with the closest creatures at the top of the list.

The scorching performance helped propel the broader Nikkei stock index nearly one percent higher to break above the levels seen on June 23 before Britain's shock European Union exit vote sent financial markets into turmoil. Police said there was no foul play involved in the discovery of the body, noting he had died within 24 hours of being found. Now we just need to hope that the servers can cope with the influx of new players!