The game starts off with a warning to be aware of your surroundings and a lengthy risk waiver in order to play it. But several news stories have surfaced about misuse of the game. For example, in Missouri, there was an incident where armed robbers lured players to isolated areas and robbed them. There have also been reports of minor injuries from pedestrian accidents. Nintendo and the Pokémon Company are set to release the Pokémon Go Plus, which is a Bluetooth enabled wearable that will alert players with flashing LEDs and Vibrations to in-game action (like finding a Pokéstop or a wild Pokémon) without having to constantly look at the screen. The $34.99 device should help players still participate in the game, but with better attention to their surroundings. However, it’s already sold out and is commanding Hamilton Ticket-level upcharges on EBay. If your kids are playing, make sure you remind them to stay in well-lit, populated areas and not to talk to strangers. Better yet, make it a family activity and play together.