The launch of Pokémon’s app-based game, Pokémon Sleep, has been revealed. In Australia, Canada, Latin America, and New Zealand, the sleep tracker app that transforms sleep into entertainment is now accessible through the App Store for iOS and Google Play for Android. The business tweeted about the launch of its app. These are the specifics.
What is the Pokémon Sleep game?
A smartphone’s motion sensors are used by the game Pokémon Sleep to monitor sleep. You can use the points you gain while sleeping to start a Pokémon collection. Sleeping more will increase your point total and, more crucially, your ability to acquire additional Pokémon. In order to complete your Sleep Style Dex in this new game, you collaborate with Professor Neroli, a Pokémon professor who appears in the mobile game Pokémon Sleep, and Snorlax, a Pokémon species and a type of Pocket Monster, to research the sleeping patterns of Pokémon.
How Pokemon Sleep works
Place your smartphone next to your pillow and let it track your sleep using the Pokémon Sleep app. When you awaken, your Snorlax companion will be surrounded by Pokémon who have sleep cycles similar to yours. Dozing, snoozing, and slumbering are the three subcategories of sleep in Pokémon Sleep. Snorlax attracts Pokémon whose slumber habits correspond to the player’s sleep type. Players can feed the gathered Pokémon Pokémon Poké Biscuits after learning about their sleeping habits.
Players in Pokémon Sleep will receive a “sleep score” based on how much sleep they get each night. If a player sleeps for at least 8.5 hours, they receive 100 points. The more time players spend sleeping, the stronger Snorlax’s Drowsy Power gets, which in turn affects how many Pokémon appear when they awaken.
Connect Pokémon Sleep to the updated Pokémon GO Plus plus
With the push of a button, the new Pokémon GO Plus + device can track sleep data by connecting to the Pokémon Sleep app. You can also encounter a Pikachu wearing a nightcap within the Pokémon GO Plus plus device in Pokémon Sleep. When the wake-up time and bedtime you’ve selected have come, the Pokémon will join the team in the game and let out a cry through the Pokémon GO Plus + device to let you know. In fact, when you start tracking your sleep, it will croon a lullaby.