Pocket Plants Is A Mobile Game With A Healthy Twist
If you're looking to get a bit more exercise, but want to have a bit of fun while doing so, then Kongregate's newest mobile release might be right up your alley. Pocket Plants is a mobile fitness game from an Australian-owned, Shanghai-based indie studio called Shikudo, and tasks you with growing adorable plant creatures while going for your daily walk.
Pocket Plants has you going through 10 different worlds and populating them with as much plant-life as possible, and each new plant seems more adorable than the last. You can grow, merge, and mutate plants into new ones, and harvest specific plants for NPCs to get rewards that may improve your ability to grow even more. This is where the fitness aspect comes in — you can connect your phone or Fitbit and the more you walk, the more energy you'll get for your plants to grow. It's got a nice, fun art style, and could provide a bit of extra incentive to get more exercise each day, so it might be worth checking out.