Pokemon Go servers in Asia have been unlocked. Go forth and catch them all.

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Enterprising trainers in Singapore, Hong Kong and Taipei were momentarily able to start hunting for Pokemon on Monday when the servers to Nintendo’s wildly popular, region-locked Pokemon Go briefly went live.

The app wasn’t, and still isn’t, officially available in those countries, but Apple owners can grab the game from either the US or Australian App Store, while Android users can download the APK.

With the servers being taken back down though, it’s a better bet to wait until an official launch. Hopefully the game’s temporarily going live is a sign that its Asian release isn’t far off.

For when that day comes, this handy Pokemon Go guide should teach you everything you’ll need to know. And if you want to be the king of gym battles? Here’s another guide filled with tips.

Update 9.10 p.m. PT: The servers in Singapore and Taipei have been shut down.

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A wild Pokemon Go appears in Asia – CNET