The highly addictive game Tricky Trip has been compared to Pokemon Go.
Interesting times right now in Des Moines, Washington. The city council is working tirelessly to stop access to the game, citing several concerns.
games are “spreading” and the perceived problems aren’t just going to go away.
People distracted while they are walking, while they are driving and so just for safety’s sake
The City Council recently held a meeting.
The council agreed unanimously to request to “opt out” of the game at all public places and parks in Des Moines.
Gaming technology will keep improving and evolving. Hence, calling for a ban on the highly popular mobile game… https://t.co/NSY4cr41Bq
— BorneoPost Online (@theborneopost) August 9, 2016
But it’s safe to say that so far this vote/request hasn’t worked at all
“This is not the end, this is just the beginning”
“We’ve not had a response one way or another”
Does a city have the right to ban what games you can play?