So the official Pokemon Go accounts have just confirmed the release of the game in 26 new countries, including Ireland.
That's great news for many European folks, and will mean we can finally get access to a version of the game that's a bit less buggy. However we've been having some trouble actually finding the game on the store, particularly Google Play, so we've found a direct link.
Click here to go right to the correct app on the store. At the time of writing it seemed like it was still populating to various areas, leaving folks in Ireland, and other countries, frustrated. And you know how the internet deals with frustration.
If you're an Apple person, you can get it on iTunes in Ireland here.
Now you'll be able to see what all the fuss is about, including wandering around random areas in the middle of the night because someone set off a lure at an isolated Pokestop. We're just going to reiterate the information which pops up when you load the game - stay aware of your surroundings and don't do something stupid just because there's a cool Pokemon hiding in some bushes in a park at 2am.