well, i've leveled up to level 5, and things have, as stated gotten more interesting. I now have an incubator and can incubate eggs. Interestingly, in order to hatch an egg, you have to walk. The minimum is 2k! Some are 5k or 10 or 15 k! Wow, enforced exercise!
It is interesting to look too at the perceived or real overlay. One always knows that there is much more going on in a place than you can really imagine. You look around an office and wonder what all those people can be so busy with at their computers. Or at least I do. My dog must as well.
This summer, I stumbled upon a geocache, and I have a friend who is mad about this, so I messaged him and he told me to log it, which I did do. Then I realized the number of geocaches there are around us that we know nothing about. They also make use of google mapping to show where they are in general terms.
Then there is pokemon go with all the gyms and stops and I know not what else. There are layers and layers around us that we pay no heed to.
More importantly this makes me realise the layers of natural world that are around us that we pay no heed to. Territories for foxes, or squirrels, hiding spots (caches) of food for the winter, nest, hiding spots for predators and their prey.
Mapping all of that as well would be fascinating, and would end up like one of those old anatomy books with transparent drawing after transparent drawing laid one on top o the next.