Google Maps has taken a turn for the retro. Visit their popular mobile maps app, and you'll likely see an unusual creature pop up somewhere on the screen. Click on it, and you'll discover it's a Pokemon!

In a newly-released, action-packed job advertisement, Google Maps' vice president Brian McClendon offers up a spot at Google that many 13 year olds would kill for. Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to catch all 150 Pokemon around the world. Succeed and you could be Google's official Pokemon Master!

The job may be fake, but the game isn't. While not quite as technologically slick as the video makes it out to be, you can in fact zoom in on a city to find and 'catch' Pokemon. It's the excitement of the hunt without actual physical effort.

However, if you want to make the challenge even easier, here's a list of where some people have located the Pokemon.

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