Google Maps updated with Pokemon Challenge

Google has updated its Maps app with Pokemon. And while it may seem like an April Fools joke, it's true: launch the app, hit the search bar, "Press Start," and you'll be able to start hunting down Pokemon. "We value employees who are risk-taking and detail-oriented, have deep technical knowledge, and can navigate through tall grass to capture wild creatures. It turns out that these skills have a lot in common with another profession—that of the Pokémon Master," the announcement reads. "With that in mind, we’ve worked with Pokémon and Nintendo to develop a new training tool to help people hone their Pokémon-capturing abilities using Google Maps."

Browse maps while zoomed in to see Pokemon

Tap the icons to catch

There's even a Pokedex, although only 150 Pokemon are represented

It's unlikely that this conveniently-close-to-April-Fools challenge will actually culminate with someone getting the "Pokemon Master" job title at Google. However, you'll be able to find critters on the map near Mountain View (Google's HQ), Tokyo, and New York. Good luck!