The company behind the Pokémon Go! mobile gaming application has agreed to settle a batch of nuisance and trespass lawsuits brought by property owners irked by the game’s players.

The once-ubiquitous “augmented reality” game, which launched in 2016, led streams of players to roam the physical world with their smartphones in search of virtual Pokémon creatures to catch, train and do combat with. The game, which has dipped in popularity since its viral launch, also spawned a string of lawsuits.

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