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Is Pokémon Sleep similar to all Pokémon games?

Asked by Yash Mathers, Last updated: Mar 19, 2021

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F. Manasseh

F. Manasseh

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F. Manasseh, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Tallahassee, Florida

Answered Dec 11, 2019

Pokémon Sleep has its similarities and also its differences with other Pokémon games. We can say Pokémon Sleep is similar to other Pokémon games, but the way, by which it is played, that is, its approach to function is quite different from others. All Pokémon games are actually all developed by Game Freak and published by The Pokémon Company and Nintendo.

Pokémon games are known to be released in pairs, with Pokémon red and blue being their first release on the 27th of February, 1996. The latest one that was published was on the 15th November 2019, which was Pokémon sword and shield. Yet, Pokémon's sleep is set, not to be released alone, but to be released together with Pokémon Masters. These pair games serve a similar purposes. They work almost the same way with Pokémon Go. The Pokémon Go gives you a point for walking, while the Pokémon sleep gives point for sleeping.

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F. Hope

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Answered Dec 05, 2019

Yes, Pokemon Sleep is similar to Pokemon games. If you remember, Pokemon Go was a game that focused on people walking to various places to catch different types of Pokemon.

Although the exact release date is unknown, we know that Pokemon Sleep is focused on helping people make sleep a form of entertainment by offering rewards for sleeping.

Pokemon Sleep is set to be equipped with the accelerometer of the accessory of the external Pokemon Go Plus +. The accessory will communicate data to the user’s mobile device through Bluetooth.

The major difference is that Pokemon Go tracked steps that the users walked to catch different forms of Pokemon, but Pokemon Sleep is set to track sleeps and offer rewards for recorded sleep.

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L. Laurel

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Answered Nov 27, 2019

Pokemon Sleep is somewhat the same as Pokemon Go because it is also equipped with a tracker that will keep track of all the activities that you are doing.

The main difference of this with the Pokemon Go is that it will not track the number of steps that you have walked. Rather, what it will track is the number of hours that you have slept. The more that you sleep, the better your rewards are going to be.

This is probably a bit different from all the other Pokemon games released before but Pokemon fans are excited nonetheless because they like everything that is related to Pokemon.

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