"Pokemon Go," has had kids, parents, and nostalgic millennials roaming parks, neighborhoods and even museums and cemeteries in search of Pokemon like Pikachu and Charizard, but this game would have players stop to smell the rosé.
Dena Blizzard, mother, comedian and creator of the off-Broadway show "One Funny Mother," created her own version of the viral game, made especially for moms: "Chardonnay Go."
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In her Facebook video, Blizzard uses her app to track down Chardonnay under a bush, in someone's house, even in a bottle tucked away in a man's shorts.
Her video has been seen more than 14 million times since Tuesday. Many moms commenting wish it was real and that it would follow in Pokémon's footsteps and release a red version.
"Pokemon Go" has taken the world by storm, but there have been a collection of safety concerns. Headlines range from player being the victim of a robbery to another who was struck by a car, to a side business for a Lyft driver and two players who helped catch an attempted murder suspect. Then there's the woman who found a dead body under a bridge and a pizzeria that saw a 75 percent uptick in business after purchasing a character to be found inside the store.
Additionally, NYPD Commissioner William Bratton sounded off on the craze, which he called "one of the stupidest" he has ever seen.
There are also privacy concerns, which were tackled by 7 On Your Side.