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SYDNEY (Web Desk) – A restaurant in Australia is catering to the hungry Pokemon Go crowd with a series of specialty burgers made to look like characters from the popular game.

Sydney´s Hashtag Burger and its pop-up restaurant Down N´ Out Burgers are offering 100 ´Pokeburgs´ a day until Sept. 3, with long queues of people lining up on Friday to get a taste of a yellow Pikachu, pink Charmander or green Bulbasaur burger, the Metro.uk reported.

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The burgers come in Pikachu, Bulbasaur and Charmander flavors.

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The Pikachu burger features a yellow bun with black-tipped ears extending out of the top.

A 'Pokeburg' hamburger with the name 'Peakachu, inspired by the Pokemon Go phenomenon, is pictured at Down N' Out Burger restaurant in Sydney, Australia, August 26, 2016. The restaurant sells a limited number of Pokeburgs per day, with the names Chugmander, Peakachu and Bulboozaur, capitalizing on fans' appetite for Pokemon Go, the location-based augmented reality game. REUTERS/Jason Reed
‘Peakachu, inspired by the Pokemon Go phenomenon, is pictured at Down N’ Out Burger restaurant in Sydney.

The burger comes stuffed with cheese, fries, pickles and some sort of red sauce. It has a cute Pikachu face emblazoned on top.

The green-bunned Bulbasaur burger wears a broccoli hat and Charmander has a toothy little smile. But it’s a limited-time promotion.

A 'Pokeburg' hamburger with the name 'Bulboozaur', inspired by the Pokemon Go phenomenon, is pictured at Down N' Out Burger restaurant in Sydney, Australia, August 26, 2016. The restaurant sells a limited number of Pokeburgs per day, with the names Chugmander, Peakachu and Bulboozaur, capitalizing on fans' appetite for Pokemon Go, the location-based augmented reality game. REUTERS/Jason Reed
‘Bulboozaur’.

Pokemon Go, developed by Niantic and an affiliate of Japan´s Nintendo Co Ltd, sees players walk around real-life neighbourhoods to hunt down virtual cartoon characters visible only on their smartphone screens.