Pokemon Go craze reaches Clearwater

Smartphone app gets young people outdoors to capture, battle and train virtual creatures

Clearwater residents (l-r) Leevon Levasseur

Clearwater residents (l-r) Leevon Levasseur

Clearwater residents (l-r) Leevon Levasseur, Justine Kreke and Robyn Kreke gaze at their cellphones as they play Pokemon Go, a game that involves Pokemon creatures visible only on their screens but in real life settings.

It was the most downloaded app in the United States in the first three days of its release.

Better Business Bureau has warned of several dangers, including not paying enough attention to traffic.