Catholic Church launch their own version of Pokemon Go where you have to find saints
It's called Follow JC Go!
Do you remember that period of time around three years ago when it felt like basically everyone you knew was constantly playing Pokemon Go?
Well it didn't just feel like that...
At the time of writing, it has been downloaded around 800 million times and scooped over $2bn in revenue since 2016.
So we're actually surprised it took this long for someone to take the idea and run with it.
We're even more surprised that it's the Catholic Church who have done so.
Follow JC Go!, is a new take on the game that allows players to catch saints or Bible characters instead of Pokemon.
The new game is the brainchild of Fundación Ramón Pané, a Catholic evangelical group, and actually sounds very similar to Pokemon Go.
You use your smartphone camera to take in your surroundings, while the game adds digital characters, who look like little saints.
You can also make your way through the game by answering religious questions when you meet a saint, and if you get the questions right, the saint joins your team!
Sounds fun, and also really weird.
According to BBC, it launched in Spanish on 19 October, with Italian, English and Portuguese versions expect soon.