Pokemon Go can claim to be the game that gets people out of the house - and some of them even look up from their mobiles
Pokemon Go players have now walked a total of 8.7 billion kilometres while trying to catch 'em all. That's a bit over 4.5 billion miles and would leave Pluto, for example, firmly in your rear view mirror at its furthest point from Earth.
While Pokemon player activity has fallen from its amazing peak at the launch of the game last summer - partly due to the fact that it's now winter for a lot of the playerbase - the game still entertains millions of Trainers.
Developer Niantic boasts that "a commercial jetliner would take more than 1,000 years to cover the same distance" - which was accurate as of 7 December.
And while players were stomping along the highways, byways, parks and streets, they captured more than 88 billion Pokémon along the way. That’s roughly 533 million Pokémon a day, according to Niantic.