A Minneapolis small business owner has created a somewhat real life version of Pokemon Go by hiding Pokemon throughout the city. 

Sean Hoag runs an Etsy shop called 6123D, where he 3-D prints replicas, props, and other nerdy goodies. For this particular contest, he made 3-D replicas of 40 Bulbasaur planters, five Oddish planters and five glow in the dark Pikachus and hid them throughout South Minneapolis for people to find them.

Would you be into the idea if a Duluth company were to do something like this? Let me know in the comments below and check out the video above.