There seems to be a handful of popular opinions when it comes to the new mobile app Pok\u00e9mon Go. Whether you\u2019ve downloaded the game and are out to become the next Pok\u00e9mon Master, or you think it\u2019s a complete waste of time and you can\u2019t wait until the craze blows over, let other people do what they want to do. Since the game was released earlier in July, people of all ages have begun to get out of their homes in search of Pok\u00e9mon. People can be seen walking and biking in groups, discovering or visiting parts of their cities or towns they hadn\u2019t been familiar with. Some of those same people have quickly built a network of players who they previously hadn\u2019t known. The increase in person-to-person interaction is something that phones and the internet have affected drastically over the years. Although the majority of Pok\u00e9mon players are focused on their phones when they\u2019re playing, they\u2019re still interacting with a circuit of other players. The positive results that have come as a result of the new app shouldn\u2019t be denied, but the negatives and dangers should be considered by parents of young players as well as by all other age groups. One of the most important safety hazards that has surfaced is the use of the app while driving. State Police have already released a set of tips ordering drivers to refrain from the form of distracted driving. State Police also warn players of the app to not be lured into unsafe or unfamiliar areas alone, as there have already been reports of players being robbed while in search of Pok\u00e9mon. Not wandering into unfamiliar areas while playing the game also means that players should keep from trespassing. In order to assure all players safety and enjoyment, when playing at night, be sure to wear visible colors, be aware of your surroundings and do not enter traffic.