Pokemon Go developer Niantic will be pleased to hear the results of a brand new study.
Players of the wildly popular mobile game "catch" wild, virtual Pokemon creatures lurking in places like parks and public buildings, and train them to do battle against one another.
Fans are often exercising when playing the app, and are experiencing positive emotions linked with feelings of nostalgia.
Niantic, the company that's running the whole game, has also said that the Pokemon Go Easter Event will only be the start of a number of other changes.
Bonus suggested that more organisations should look to this medium as a way of improving life experiences.
Pokemon Go has slipped off the radar somewhat since it came out back in July of past year, but various improvements to its mechanics, along with adding a number of Generation II Pokemon in the time since then, has helped get the game some of its fans back.
The Pokemon Go Easter event is only running for a week, which means it finishes on April 20 at 9pm United Kingdom time. During this period, players will find that 2-kilometer eggs hatch a far wider variety of Pokemon and give double candy for the Pokemon that they hatch. "Pokemon GO" has just kickstarted its latest event called Eggstravaganza and, as expected, it's all about eggs.
"Get out there, hatch some Eggs, and share your stories with us using #PokemonGO on your favorite social media channels". Rumors say hatches will include some rare Pokemon: Lapras, Snorlax, and so on (usually 10KM+). You can see our wishlist in the gallery above.