Although in Spain we have had the Pokémon Go video game available for a long time and there are many who are enjoying this video game, it is true that there are times of the day and places where They cannot be played due to the problems that the company is having with the servers that host the video game.
These servers crash very often and make gamers unable to enjoy hunting Pokémon, but there are other methods that do not involve the use of a video game.
A lover of Pokémon from the United Kingdom, tired of these server crashes and not having Pokémon Go for the United Kingdom has decided to use 3D Printing technology to create real pokémon to hunt.
Pokémon has arrived in the UK but users have decided to print real Pokémon
For more fun, Matt Beaman has decided to distribute these pokémon for nearby Pokemon trainers he can be hunted in an improvised way and without the need for a mobile phone. Thus, this user has sent messages, clues and photos of the Pokémon distributed and the places where they were. The Pokémon trainer can not only hunt this Pokémon but also you can keep it as a reward for this catch.
Unfortunately these figures have not reached the general public, that is, Matt Beaman has not published the designs of the Pokémon that he has printed, but this does not mean that Pokémon designs do not exist in public repositories that we can get legally and that are as real as those that are currently being distributed.
The truth is that this idea of Beaman is still interesting, an idea that anyone could use in this age and make more than one enjoy looking for a Pokémon hunt, although these pokémon will not evolve unfortunately.