(WBTV) - Gotta Catch 'Em All? You might be having a hard time catching some of more elusive Pokemon characters, but the good news is you aren't alone.
Millions of people across the county have downloaded Pokemon Go and caught the fever, hunting for the creatures all hours of the day and night with their phones raised in the air looking around.
The game quickly became the biggest mobile game in U.S. history, attracting just under 21 million daily active users, according to reports from last week.
The augmented reality game uses the camera on your phone to have Pokemon appear in the app. It also uses the GPS to show you nearby Pokemon, but people have taken to Google to help them find certain Pokemon.
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The website Decluttr.com analyzed Google searches about different Pokemon characters that start with phrases like "Where is" or "How to find." They then used that info to figure out which Pokemon character people in each state are searching for the most.
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Calls have gone out from hospitals and even the Holocaust Museum asking people to avoid playing the game in the facilities.