The game launches officially in the United Kingdom today, but you've probably already seen people wandering around in a trance glued to their smartphones as they try to catch virtual creatures found in real-life locations.
According to reports, the success of the copy and a strong demand from users forced local gaming sites to multiply the capacity of their servers by 10 times.
Around the world, Pokemon trainers are braving the elements to capture creatures as the game continues to surge in popularity.
Since then, the Pokémon Company, Google and Nintendo have invested up to $30m in Niantic to develop Pokemon Go. According to SurveyMonkey, Pokemon Go has become the biggest USA mobile game ever with around 21 million daily active users.
Game developers around the world also watched in astonishment as the mobile version of the beloved 1990s game became an instant hit.
Pokemon Go players are tasked with physically exploring neighbourhoods and towns to find all the collectible critters such as Bulbasaur, Charmeleon and Pikachu.
"We do not have any announced plans for countries beyond New Zealand, Australia, US and Germany at the moment".
The launch has been accompanied by a string of safety concerns because of the exploration nature of the game and how that could be exploited by criminals.
A statement released this morning confirmed the game was now live in Britain. The Japanese company introduced Pokemon during the late 90s.
This is not to say Pokemon Go is a record-breaker everywhere, mind.
You will be tracking the movements of Pokemon characters through the camera and try catching them to win more points.