Around midday on Saturday 16 July, as Pokétrainers the world over squeezed the last few drops of battery juice into their handsets and prepared to kiss goodbye to the rest of their data allowance, disaster struck.
Pokémon GO's servers went down the world over.
It resulted in a lot of this...
Man, I'd love Pokémon Go even more if it was actually playable— Vicki Turk (@VickiTurk) July 18, 2016
Jokes that are actually complaints
But it wasn't Team Rocket
OurMine isn't the only group claiming credit
The hacker group PoodleCorp also claims to have taken down Pokémon GO - and who's to say they didn't also launch an attack of their own simultaneously?
For server updates, follow @PokemonGoApp
The app may experience some brief struggles as it continues its world-wide launch (it's just gone live in Canada, with Asia set to follow).
As it becomes an increasingly popular service, we'd be willing to bet our entire Pokémon collection (it's massive) on more hackers groups taking a shot at the hugely successful app.