WORLDWIDE phenomenon Pokémon Go launched in the UK today and people in West Berkshire have already set out to catch 'em all.
The mobile game sees people become Pokémon trainers who set off to catch creatures from the 1990s fantasy games, trading cards and cartoon.
The augmented reality game uses mobile data and a smartphone camera to create a live view of the world.
NewburyToday took a walk around Newbury at lunchtime to see what Pokémon we could catch; and we didn't have to go far before encountering other trainers following their smartphones.
The game turns real-life locations into pokestops, where you can pick up items, and gyms where you can battle other Pokémon.
The Newbury Weekly News office had become a gym guarded by a Hypno
We then caught a Magikarp in the Kennet and Avon Canal
Before heading to Northbrook Street and encountering a Spearow
Our intrepid photographer Phil Cannings then took on a Pidgeotto in Victoria Park; catching it after several attempts.
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