The virtual gaming phenomenon that sends fans into the streets to hunt for Pokémon is taking over the world.
Players have been clamoring for their chance to grab a Pokeball, start waving virtual incense around, and attracting everything from Raticates to Flareons to Meowtos. Now, Pokémon Go is available in 26 more countries.
The countries where you can now play are: U.S., Canada, Britain, Germany, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Poland, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, and Australia.
Trainers can try to collect Lucky Eggs and dominate gyms from Iceland to Latvia to Cyprus. Even Greenlanders can get in on the fun. (Hopefully, they'll be able to tell the difference between a polar bear and a Caterpie.)
One country noticeably absent from the list is France. Daily Dot reports the release was delayed to respect those mourning the attacks in Nice.
Anyone looking for the perfect Pokémon catching itinerary, there’s a helpful Google Map that shows their locations from across the U.S. to Portugal, South Africa, Malaysia, and Australia.
Sadly, airlines aren’t accepting Pokécoins for plane tickets yet.