Pokémon Sleep

Pokémon Sleep (Japanese: Pokémon Sleep) is a sleep-tracking spin-off Pokémon game for iOS and Android. It is developed by SELECT BUTTON inc., and is free to download with in-app purchases. It uses the player's smart device or Pokémon GO Plus + peripheral to track and record their sleep data, which affects gameplay. The game features a Snorlax as the central Pokémon, with other Pokémon appearing around Snorlax based on the player's sleeping pattern.

Pokémon Sleep
Pokémon Sleep
Pokémon Sleep logo.png
Logo of Pokémon Sleep
Basic info
Platform: iOS, Android
Category: Sleep Tracking
Players: 1
Connectivity: Bluetooth
Developer: SELECT BUTTON inc.
Publisher: The Pokémon Company
Part of: Generation IX spin-off
Ratings
CERO: N/A
ESRB: E
ACB: G
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: 3
GRAC: ALL
GSRR: 0+
Release dates
Japan: July 20, 2023[note 1]
North America: July 16, 2023 (Canada and Latin America)
July 19, 2023 (United States)[note 1]
Australia: July 16, 2023
Europe: July 18, 2023
South Korea: July 19, 2023
Hong Kong: July 19, 2023
Taiwan: July 19, 2023
Websites
Japanese: Official website
English: Official website
Pokémon.com

Blurb

Rest Your Very Best!

Just place your smart device by your pillow (don’t place your device under your pillow or blankets as it may overheat) to track your daily sleep! With features to record your snoring and sleep talking, and a smart alarm that will wake you when your sleep is light, you’ll be able to aim for your very best rest with Pokémon Sleep!

Four Functions to Help You Try to Rest Your Very Best

  1. See Your Sleep Score and Sleep Type
    You can get a sense of what your sleep was like by checking your sleep score, which is based on how long you slept. And how about your sleep type? You may be deemed to be “dozing,” “snoozing,” or “slumbering” type for the night, based on how much you moved in your sleep.
  2. Check Out Your Sleep Trends
    You can look back in detail on how regular your sleep has been on a week-by-week basis. You may discover new insights into your sleep as you check your past trends, such as what time you tend to hit the hay on different days of the week.
  3. Let Soothing Sounds Support Your Sleep
    With features like Pokémon-inspired music to relax you into sleep, plus smart alarms that wake you when you’re in a shallow stage of sleep, Pokémon Sleep may help you to rest your very best.
  4. Review Audio Recorded When You Sleep
    Various noises detected during your sleep tracking will be automatically recorded. You can play these recordings back and hear your snores and sleep talk or environmental noises, such as from traffic or wind.

What A Day Looks Like in Pokémon Sleep

  • When Night Falls...
    It’s time to track your sleep! All you need to do is place your smart device by your pillow, then call it a night.
  • A New Day Dawns
    By the time you wake, Pokémon will have gathered in Pokémon Sleep based on your sleep type and how long you slept. Carry out research on these Pokémon’s sleep styles to complete your Sleep Style Dex!
  • And the Rest of the Day...
    Raise Snorlax big and strong! Snorlax will grow larger by receiving Berries from the Pokémon you befriend. The more you raise Snorlax, the greater your odds will be of encountering Pokémon with rare sleep styles!

Gameplay

In Pokémon Sleep, the player is tasked with raising a Snorlax and researching various Pokémon sleep styles by regularly tracking the player's sleep. The player is assisted by Professor Neroli throughout the game. The gameplay loop of Pokémon Sleep can be divided into three parts: night (6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.), morning (6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.), and afternoon (12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.).[1] Each day in Pokémon Sleep rolls over at 4:00 a.m.

During the night, the game keeps track of the player's sleep using their smart device or Pokémon GO Plus + peripheral. In order for the game to do so, the player must place their smart device or Pokémon GO Plus + on their bed, preferably beside their pillow. Either device must not be placed on hard surfaces such as the bedframe or the floor, since this prevents the game from tracking the player's movements. If using a smart device, it should be kept plugged-in with the game opened and the screen turned on, and placed face-side down on the bed.[2] It is highly advised to not place the smart device under the pillow or any blankets, as this may cause the device to overheat.

When the player wakes up in the morning, the game will grade the player's sleep and give a score based on the sleep's duration and consistency, and will categorize the sleep into the following types: Dozing, Snoozing, Slumbering, or Balanced.[3] Pokémon will appear around the player's Snorlax, corresponding to the sleep type of the day. Researching these Pokémon will allow the player to fill out and complete their Sleep Style Dex. The Pokémon can also be recruited as helpers by offering them biscuits. These helper Pokémon will gather items such as Berries and cooking ingredients, and can be leveled up and evolved.[4]

Raising Snorlax

Main article: Snorlax (Sleep)

The player raises the Snorlax by feeding it Berries and cooking it meals. The player may give the Snorlax 3 meals each day: once in the morning, once in the afternoon, and once at night. Feeding Snorlax increases its "Strength", which is multiplied by the player's sleep score to form its "Drowsy Power". As Snorlax's Drowsy Power increases, the number of Pokémon that will gather around it in the morning will also increase, as well as chances to find rare Pokémon sleep styles.[1][4]

Once Snorlax gains enough Strength, its rating will go up. The player receives Dream Shards as a reward each time Snorlax's rating increases, and more Pokémon species have a chance to come sleep with Snorlax. The amount of strength required to reach each rating, as well as the amount of Dream Shards given, varies by area.

Snorlax's rating is classified into four different categories, each corresponding to a type of Poké Ball: Basic, represented by a Poké Ball; Great, represented by a Great Ball; Ultra, represented by an Ultra Ball; and Master, represented by a Master Ball. Basic, Great, and Ultra ratings range from 1 to 5, while Master ratings range from 1 to 20.

Main Menu

The main menu of Pokémon Sleep shows players a graph of their sleep scores for each day of the current week. If a day has not yet occurred, the silhouette of the sleep score on that day from the previous week will be shown. Below this graph is the player's average sleep time for the current week, as well as an option to add sleep data. Adding sleep data is an option if the player forgot to track their sleep; while they cannot do sleep research, they can manually enter their sleep data and receive a small reward if it is their first sleep session that day.

The following options are also available from the main menu.

Sleep Style Dex

Main articles: Sleep type and Sleep style

As of version 1.4.3, there are 127 different species of Pokémon in Pokémon Sleep, most of which have 3 or 4 different sleep styles. Only one Pokémon, Ditto, has 10 different sleep styles. Pokémon that come to sleep with Snorlax, as well as the Snorlax being raised, have a chance of being Shiny. However, four Pokémon (Arcanine, Quilava, Typhlosion, and Houndoom) are only obtainable via evolution, and thus have no sleep styles that can be studied. For a list of all Pokémon currently available in the game, see here.

Sleep Style Dex Goals

Professor Neroli gives players Sleep Style Dex goals to encourage them to study a variety of different sleep styles. Each time the player meets a Sleep Style Dex goal by registering a certain number of sleep styles in their Sleep Style Dex, they can receive a variety of rewards, including Diamonds and access to new features. A button on the main screen tracks the player's progress towards their next Sleep Style Dex goal, and once it has been met, the player can tap this button to claim their Dex goal rewards.

The following table gives the list of Sleep Style Dex goals and the rewards associated with each.

Goal Rewards
7 styles
  •  Diamonds ×100
  • A new way to raise Pokémon
  •  Ingredient Ticket S ×2
  •  Handy Candy S ×3
12 styles
  •  Diamonds ×100
  • Ability to cook using whatever ingredients you choose
  •  Ingredient Ticket S ×2
  •  Handy Candy S ×3
20 styles
  • Unlock a new area: Cyan Beach
  •  Diamonds ×100
  •  Ingredient Ticket S ×2
  •  Handy Candy S ×3
35 styles
  •  Diamonds ×100
  • Ability to expand your cooking pot
  •  Ingredient Ticket S ×2
  •  Handy Candy S ×3
70 styles
  • Unlock a new area: Taupe Hollow
  •  Diamonds ×100
  •  Ingredient Ticket S ×2
  •  Handy Candy S ×3
110 styles
  •  Diamonds ×100
  •  Thunder Stone ×1
  •  Handy Candy M ×1
150 styles
  • Unlock a new area: Snowdrop Tundra
  •  Diamonds ×100
  •  Ingredient Ticket M ×1
  •  Handy Candy M ×1
190 styles
  •  Diamonds ×100
  •  Good Camp Ticket ×1
  •  Handy Candy M ×1
240 styles
  • Unlock a new area: Lapis Lakeside
  •  Diamonds ×100
  •  Ingredient Ticket M ×1
  •  Handy Candy M ×1
290 styles
  •  Diamonds ×100
  •  Sub Skill Seed ×1
  •  Handy Candy M ×1

Sleep Data

The Sleep Data section on the main menu allows players to review their sleep data. Sleep sessions are listed in reverse chronological order, and each listing shows the photo saved from that session, the date of the session, the sleep type for the session, how long the player slept, what the sleep score was for that session, and the start and end times of the player's sleep. Players can only view session data from the last 30 days unless they have a Premium Pass subscription, in which case they can view all their recorded sleep data.

Tapping a sleep session will show the player the full details of the sleep session. The first section provides data about the sleeping itself: the percentage of the sleep session the player spent in each sleep state, a graph showing what sleep states the player was in throughout the session, a graph showing the volume of sounds produced throughout the session, the amount of time it took the player to fall asleep, and the amount of time the player spent in each sleep state. In addition, if the player has allowed the app to record sounds during their sleep session, the player can review these recordings here. However, the recordings are automatically deleted after 24 hours have passed.

The second section shows the results of the player's sleep research. It shows Snorlax's Drowsy Power for that session as the product of Snorlax's Strength and the sleep score. It also shows all the Pokémon that were studied after that sleep session, including their sleep type, what sleep style was studied, and which were befriended by the player.

Lastly, Premium Pass subscribers can tap the Diary button in the top-right corner to record some notes or comments about their sleep that day. Each diary entry is limited to 200 characters.

Notes

Main article: Note

Notes are small descriptions recorded each time the player collects a Berry, collects an ingredient, makes a recipe, or finds a Sleep Tip for the first time. Players receive a reward of 20 Diamonds for each note they add.

Sleep Trends

The sleep trends section allows the player to see various breakdowns of their sleep data. This includes Sleep Consistency, which tracks how consistent the player's sleep was for a given week, and Sleep Statistics, which shows records and trends from the player's sleep for a given week.

Sleep Consistency

When a new week begins, the player will be given a rating of up to S based on the duration and midpoint of their sleep. That information can be reviewed in the Sleep Consistency section. A graph demonstrates the hours slept each day, in addition to a line showing the sleep midpoint for each day. The duration of each of the player's sleep sessions from that week is listed below the graph. The player's sleep duration is rated on a scale of up to three stars, and this rating is displayed above the graph.

A player's sleep midpoint is the time right in the middle of when they fell asleep and when they woke up. The less this time varies each day, the more consistent the sleep is considered to be. The consistency of the sleep midpoint is rated on a scale of up to three stars, and this rating is also displayed above the graph.

Sleep Statistics

The Sleep Statistics section is updated daily, compiling data from all your sleep sessions for a given week. The statistics gathered include the player's total time slept, the player's average daily sleep score, the player's average daily sleep duration, and the average time it took the player to fall asleep. It also compiles the number of sleep sessions, the number of sleep sessions of each sleep type, the times the player woke up at, the times the player fell asleep at, and the sleep duration by day. This last graph shows the duration of the player's sleep for each day a sleep session was recorded, unless there were two sleep sessions in a single day, in which case it displays the average duration of those two sleep sessions.

In addition to simply tracking the statistics for the current week, Sleep Statistics also calculates the difference between each statistic from one week to the next. This comparison is displayed in small font below each statistic, and it is colored green if a certain statistic increased or stayed the same, while it is colored red if a certain statistic decreased.

Bag

See also: List of items (Sleep)

The player's bag is divided into two pockets, the Ingredients pocket and the Items pocket. Each of these pockets has an initial storage capacity of 100 items, but their capacities can be increased by spending Diamonds. The capacities of the pockets are independent from each other, so increasing the capacity of one pocket will not affect the capacity of the other. In addition to the default sorting method, items in either pocket can be sorted by name, number held, or date found; changing the sorting method for one pocket does not affect the sorting method for the other.

Selecting an ingredient in the Ingredients pocket will allow the player to exchange it for Dream Shards. Ingredients are typically exchanged for four or five Dream Shards each.

Selecting an item in the Items pocket will allow the player to view its description and use it, if possible. Players can also discard items from the items pocket by tapping the trash can icon next to the item name.

Research Community

The Research Community is similar to the Friend List in other games. Players can share their researcher IDs with other players to be added to each other's research communities. Every four hours, a check is performed to see if anyone in the player's research community has done any new sleep research. If so, that research is shared with the player the next time they open the Research Community screen. Upon receiving research from other players, the player will receive one or two Candies for the Pokémon that was selected as the photo for the research session, as well as a point to their Closeness score with that player. The likelihood of receiving two Candies increases with the Closeness level. The player will receive certain items upon leveling up their Closeness score with another player:

Closeness level Reward
1  Handy Candy S ×1
2  Ingredient Ticket S ×1
3  Linking Cord ×1
4  Ingredient Ticket S ×2
5  Handy Candy S ×2

The maximum Closeness level is 5.

A research report from another player will contain the photo selected for the research session - including the Pokémon's name, sleep type, and sleep style - as well as the sleep score, Drowsy Power, and research area for the session. It also shows the helper team used in that research session, including the RP of each individual helper and the Team RP.

When checking the friend list in the top-right corner, players can see their friends' research records: their total time slept, the number of different sleep styles they've studied, the number of different Pokémon species they've befriended, their highest-ever Drowsy Power, and the number of days they've logged in.

If players would prefer not to share certain information with their friends, they can set this by tapping the Sharing Options button on the bottom-right corner of the main Research Community screen. However, the only options that players are allowed to turn off sharing are the sleep score, Drowsy Power, and sleep type from research reports and the total time slept and highest-ever Drowsy Power from the friend list.

Map

Pokémon Sleep takes place in an unnamed region consisting of several islands. As of version 1.1.0, there are five different islands on which players can research Pokémon, each of which contains a slightly different set of Pokémon that can appear. These islands are called Greengrass Isle, Cyan Beach, Taupe Hollow, Snowdrop Tundra, and Lapis Lakeside.

Greengrass Isle
Main article: Greengrass Isle

Greengrass Isle is the starting island in Pokémon Sleep. Its in-game description is as follows:

"The largest island in the region, known for its fertile land covered with greenery. It hosts the greatest variety of Pokémon."
  • There are 98 different Dozing-type sleep styles that can be found here.
  • There are 129 different Snoozing-type sleep styles that can be found here.
  • There are 85 different Slumbering-type sleep styles that can be found here.
Cyan Beach
Main article: Cyan Beach

Cyan Beach is the second island in Pokémon Sleep, available to the player after registering 20 sleep styles in their Sleep Style Dex. Its in-game description is as follows:

"This shore of fine white sand stretches to the horizon, kissed by a gentle sea breeze. Many Water-type Pokémon live here."
  • There are 56 different Dozing-type sleep styles that can be found here.
  • There are 68 different Snoozing-type sleep styles that can be found here.
  • There are 56 different Slumbering-type sleep styles that can be found here.
Taupe Hollow
Main article: Taupe Hollow

Taupe Hollow is the third island in Pokémon Sleep, available to the player after registering 70 sleep styles in their Sleep Style Dex. Its in-game description is as follows:

"Shafts of sunlight pour through the open ceiling to light up the cavern walls. Rock- and Ground-type Pokémon love it here."
  • There are 61 different Dozing-type sleep styles that can be found here.
  • There are 93 different Snoozing-type sleep styles that can be found here.
  • There are 54 different Slumbering-type sleep styles that can be found here.
Snowdrop Tundra
Main article: Snowdrop Tundra

Snowdrop Tundra is the fourth island in Pokémon Sleep, available to the player after registering 150 sleep styles in their Sleep Style Dex. Its in-game description is as follows:

"Gorgeous flowers bloom in this freezing tundra, despite the unrelenting snowfall. Many Ice-type Pokémon can be found here."
  • There are 54 different Dozing-type sleep styles that can be found here.
  • There are 64 different Snoozing-type sleep styles that can be found here.
  • There are 59 different Slumbering-type sleep styles that can be found here
Lapis Lakeside
Main article: Lapis Lakeside

Lapis Lakeside is the fifth island in Pokémon Sleep. It was added in version 1.1.0, and it is available to the player after registering 240 sleep styles in their Sleep Style Dex. Its in-game description is as follows:

"A thin mist hangs over this eerie lakeside, where the only sound is the gentle lapping waves. Dragon-type Pokémon rule here."
  • There are 72 different Dozing-type sleep styles that can be found here.
  • There are 73 different Snoozing-type sleep styles that can be found here.
  • There are 64 different Slumbering-type sleep styles that can be found here

Profile

See also: Achievement (Sleep)

The profile, located in the top-left corner of the menu, shows the player a variety of information about themselves. The player can change their username as well as their profile icon - which can be either a basic green Poké Ball or an image of one of the Pokémon species that the player has befriended. In addition, the player can see their current research rank and the amount of research EXP they need to reach the next research rank.

Below this information, players can see their own research records. These records include their total time slept, the number of different sleep styles they've studied, the number of different Pokémon species they've befriended, their highest-ever Drowsy Power, and the number of days they've logged in.

Lastly, the profile displays all the medals that the player has earned by completing the various achievements. Players can check their progress on each achievement, as well as the rewards they will receive for completing each level of each achievement.

Home screen

Upon logging into the game, the player is taken to a home screen. Snorlax rests in the center of this screen, while the player's helper Pokémon wander around the area. Tapping Snorlax will allow the player to cook for Snorlax if Snorlax has not yet eaten, or see when the next mealtime begins if Snorlax has eaten. Tapping any of the helper Pokémon will display an icon approximating their current Energy level. If a helper Pokémon has a magnifying glass icon over their head, tapping them will make them drop all the Berries or ingredients they found. Tapping the ingredients will send them to the player's bag, while tapping the Berries will send them to Snorlax's crate.

There is a small crate with a number on it beside Snorlax. When helper Pokémon gather Berries, the Berries are placed into this crate while Snorlax begins to eat them. The number indicates how many Berries Snorlax has left to eat. Tapping on this crate will remind the player what Snorlax's favorite Berries are.

In the top-left corner of the home screen, the player can find their Camp Set, Incense stump, and Pot. Tapping the Camp Set will invite the player to use a Good Camp Ticket if they are not currently using a Good Camp Set, and if they are, it will allow them to see how much longer their Good Camp Set will last. Tapping the Incense stump will allow the player to choose incense to use during the next sleep session, though this can also be done after pressing the Sleep button. The Pot cannot be used until the player claims the fourth Sleep Style Dex goal, studying 35 sleep styles. After this goal has been met, tapping on the Pot brings the player to the Cooking Menu.

The cooking menu allows the player to view their cooking recipes and expand the maximum size of their pot using Dream Shards. The player's recipe list is divided into the three recipe categories, with the category corresponding to the current Snorlax's preferences highlighted in orange. These recipe lists are sorted in the default order, and cannot be ordered in a different way. Recipes that the player has made are listed first. The option to expand the size of the cooking pot can be accessed by tapping the button in the top-right corner that lists the current maximum pot size.

In addition to the main menu, all the following menus can be accessed from the home screen.

Missions

The game includes weekly missions that can be completed to earn rewards. These missions reset on Monday of each week. Once the player leaves their research site on Monday, any unclaimed weekly mission rewards will be lost.

Each week, the player is given eight missions to complete. The numerical values used for the mission requirements and rewards differ from player to player; the algorithm used to calculate these is unknown, but it may correlate with the player's research rank.

The following missions are given to the player every week:

Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to [rating 1] Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Dream Shards
Get Snorlax to [rating 2] Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Dream Cluster S
Get Snorlax to [rating 3] Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating! [Pokémon] Incense
Cook [amount] times You can cook up to three times per day. You'll have chances to make something at breakfast (starting at 6 AM), lunch (starting at noon), and dinner (starting at 6 PM).  Dream Shards

Four other missions will be selected from the following list as the player's remaining weekly missions.

Mission Hint Reward
Stick to your bedtime [amount] times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Diamonds
Give Snorlax [amount] Berries Gather more Berries by adding Pokémon that are good at finding Berries to your current research team!  Dream Shards
Give Snorlax [amount] of its favorite Berries Gather the Berries this week's Snorlax likes best by adding Pokémon that are good at finding those particular Berries to your current research team!  Dream Shards
Befriend [amount] Pokémon You can befriend Pokémon by giving them Poké Biscuits during snack time and maxing out their friendship points!  Dream Shards
Give out [amount] biscuits Give Poké Biscuits and other treats to Pokémon during snack time. Each day, you can get one Bonus Biscuit.  Handy Candy S
Use [amount] candies You can get candies for Pokémon by conducting sleep research, among other ways. Use them to raise your Pokémon!  Diamonds

Note that both candies used to level up Pokémon and candies used to evolve Pokémon count towards the requirement to use a certain number of candies.

Limited-Time Missions

Some missions have only been available during certain limited-time events. Once the event mission period has ended, players can no longer make progress on incomplete missions, but they have 4 days to claim any unclaimed rewards from completed missions.

Halloween 2023 - Double Candy Research (October 30 to November 6, 2023)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Basic 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Pikachu (Halloween) Incense ×1
Get Snorlax to Ultra 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Poké Biscuit ×5
Get Snorlax to Master 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Handy Candy S ×5
Give out 15 biscuits Give Poké Biscuits and other treats to Pokémon during snack time. Each day, you can get one Bonus Biscuit.  Handy Candy S ×5
Use 100 candies You can get candies for Pokémon by conducting sleep research, among other ways. Use them to raise your Pokémon!  Handy Candy S ×5
Use 7 incenses Set incense through the pop-up that appears when you tap the Sleep button, and then track your sleep.  Handy Candy S ×5
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Poké Biscuit ×5
Cook 12 times You can cook up to three times per day. You'll have chances to make something at breakfast (starting at 6 AM), lunch (starting at noon), and dinner (starting at 6 PM).  Handy Candy S ×5
Eevee Week 2023 (November 20 to 26, 2023)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Basic 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Eevee Incense ×1
Get Snorlax to Ultra 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Poké Biscuit ×5
Get Snorlax to Master 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Eevee Candy ×20
Give out 15 biscuits Give Poké Biscuits and other treats to Pokémon during snack time. Each day, you can get one Bonus Biscuit.  Eevee Candy ×15
Use 100 candies You can get candies for Pokémon by conducting sleep research, among other ways. Use them to raise your Pokémon!  Eevee Candy ×15
Use 7 incenses Set incense through the pop-up that appears when you tap the Sleep button, and then track your sleep.  Eevee Candy ×15
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Poké Biscuit ×5
Cook 12 times You can cook up to three times per day. You'll have chances to make something at breakfast (starting at 6 AM), lunch (starting at noon), and dinner (starting at 6 PM).  Eevee Incense ×1
Holiday 2023 - Double Dream Shard Research (December 18 to 25, 2023)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Basic 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Pikachu (Holiday) Incense ×1
Get Snorlax to Ultra 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Pikachu Candy ×20
Get Snorlax to Master 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Pikachu Candy ×40
Give out 15 biscuits Give Poké Biscuits and other treats to Pokémon during snack time. Each day, you can get one Bonus Biscuit.  Dream Cluster S ×5
Use 100 candies You can get candies for Pokémon by conducting sleep research, among other ways. Use them to raise your Pokémon!  Dream Shard ×5,000
Use 7 incenses Set incense through the pop-up that appears when you tap the Sleep button, and then track your sleep.  Handy Candy S ×5
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Dream Shard ×5,000
Cook 12 times You can cook up to three times per day. You'll have chances to make something at breakfast (starting at 6 AM), lunch (starting at noon), and dinner (starting at 6 PM).  Poké Biscuit ×5
Lapis Lakeside Opening
Week 1 Missions (January 29 to February 12, 2024)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Basic 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Stufful Incense ×1
Get Snorlax to Ultra 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Ralts Incense ×1
Get Snorlax to Ultra 4 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Dratini Incense ×1
Give out 15 biscuits Give Poké Biscuits and other treats to Pokémon during snack time. Each day, you can get one Bonus Biscuit.  Dream Cluster S ×5
Use 7 incenses Set incense through the pop-up that appears when you tap the Sleep button, and then track your sleep.  Handy Candy S ×5
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Poké Biscuit ×5
Week 2 Missions (February 5 to 12, 2024)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Basic 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Dratini Candy ×20
Get Snorlax to Ultra 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Ralts Candy ×20
Get Snorlax to Ultra 4 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Stufful Candy ×20
Use 100 candies You can get candies for Pokémon by conducting sleep research, among other ways. Use them to raise your Pokémon!  Friend Incense ×1
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Poké Biscuit ×5
Cook 12 times You can cook up to three times per day. You'll have chances to make something at breakfast (starting at 6 AM), lunch (starting at noon), and dinner (starting at 6 PM).  Dream Cluster S ×5
Valentine's Day 2024 (February 12 to 19, 2024)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Basic 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Poké Biscuit ×5
Get Snorlax to Ultra 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Ingredient Ticket M ×1
Get Snorlax to Master 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Dream Cluster S ×5
Give out 15 biscuits Give Poké Biscuits and other treats to Pokémon during snack time. Each day, you can get one Bonus Biscuit.  Ingredient Ticket S ×5
Use 100 candies You can get candies for Pokémon by conducting sleep research, among other ways. Use them to raise your Pokémon!  Dream Shards ×5,000
Use 7 incenses Set incense through the pop-up that appears when you tap the Sleep button, and then track your sleep.  Handy Candy S ×5
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Ingredient Ticket S ×5
Cook 12 times You can cook up to three times per day. You'll have chances to make something at breakfast (starting at 6 AM), lunch (starting at noon), and dinner (starting at 6 PM).  Poké Biscuit ×5
Electric Type Week (March 11 to 18, 2024)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Basic 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Dedenne Incense ×1
Get Snorlax to Ultra 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Poké Biscuit ×5
Get Snorlax to Master 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Dedenne Candy ×20
Give out 15 biscuits Give Poké Biscuits and other treats to Pokémon during snack time. Each day, you can get one Bonus Biscuit.  Ingredient Ticket S ×5
Use 100 candies You can get candies for Pokémon by conducting sleep research, among other ways. Use them to raise your Pokémon!  Dream Shards ×5,000
Use 7 incenses Set incense through the pop-up that appears when you tap the Sleep button, and then track your sleep.  Handy Candy S ×5
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Dream Shards ×5,000
Cook 12 times You can cook up to three times per day. You'll have chances to make something at breakfast (starting at 6 AM), lunch (starting at noon), and dinner (starting at 6 PM).  Dream Cluster S ×5
Raikou Research
Week 1 Missions (March 25 to April 8, 2024)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Basic 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Raikou Mane ×15
Get Snorlax to Ultra 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Raikou Mane ×25
Get Snorlax to Ultra 4 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Raikou Mane ×40
Give out 15 biscuits Give Poké Biscuits and other treats to Pokémon during snack time. Each day, you can get one Bonus Biscuit.  Raikou Mane ×40
Use 7 incenses Set incense through the pop-up that appears when you tap the Sleep button, and then track your sleep.  Raikou Mane ×40
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Raikou Mane ×40
Week 2 Missions (April 1 to 8, 2024)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Ultra 5 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Raikou Mane ×15
Get Snorlax to Master 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Raikou Mane ×25
Get Snorlax to Master 5 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Raikou Mane ×40
Use 100 candies You can get candies for Pokémon by conducting sleep research, among other ways. Use them to raise your Pokémon!  Raikou Mane ×40
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Raikou Mane ×40
Cook 12 times You can cook up to three times per day. You'll have chances to make something at breakfast (starting at 6 AM), lunch (starting at noon), and dinner (starting at 6 PM).  Raikou Mane ×40
Flower Festival (April 22 to 29, 2024)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Basic 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Comfey Incense ×1
Get Snorlax to Ultra 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Poké Biscuit ×5
Get Snorlax to Master 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Comfey Candy ×30
Give out 15 biscuits Give Poké Biscuits and other treats to Pokémon during snack time. Each day, you can get one Bonus Biscuit.  Ingredient Ticket S ×5
Use 100 candies You can get candies for Pokémon by conducting sleep research, among other ways. Use them to raise your Pokémon!  Dream Shards ×6,000
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Dream Shards ×6,000
Cook 12 times You can cook up to three times per day. You'll have chances to make something at breakfast (starts at 4:00 a.m.), lunch (starts at noon), and dinner (starts at 6:00 p.m.).  Dream Cluster S ×5
Fire Type Week (May 6 to 13, 2024)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Basic 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Vulpix Incense ×1
Get Snorlax to Ultra 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Poké Biscuit ×5
Get Snorlax to Master 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating! File:Sleep Vulpix Candy.pngVulpix Candy ×25
Give out 15 biscuits Give Poké Biscuits and other treats to Pokémon during snack time. Each day, you can get one Bonus Biscuit.  Ingredient Ticket S ×5
Use 100 candies You can get candies for Pokémon by conducting sleep research, among other ways. Use them to raise your Pokémon!  Dream Shards ×5,000
Use 7 incenses Set incense through the pop-up that appears when you tap the Sleep button, and then track your sleep.  Fire-Type Candy S ×5
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Dream Shards ×5,000
Cook 12 times You can cook up to three times per day. You'll have chances to make something at breakfast (starts at 4:00 a.m.), lunch (starts at noon), and dinner (starts at 6:00 p.m.).  Fire-Type Candy S ×5
Entei Research
Week 1 Missions (May 20 to June 3, 2024)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Basic 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Entei Mane ×15
Get Snorlax to Ultra 1 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Entei Mane ×25
Get Snorlax to Ultra 4 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Entei Mane ×40
Give out 15 biscuits Give Poké Biscuits and other treats to Pokémon during snack time. Each day, you can get one Bonus Biscuit.  Entei Mane ×50
Use 7 incenses Set incense through the pop-up that appears when you tap the Sleep button, and then track your sleep.  Entei Mane ×50
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Entei Mane ×50
Week 2 Missions (May 27 to June 3, 2024)
Mission Hint Reward
Get Snorlax to Ultra 5 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Entei Mane ×15
Get Snorlax to Master 2 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Entei Mane ×25
Get Snorlax to Master 5 Cook for Snorlax and feed it Berries to raise it to the target rating!  Entei Mane ×40
Use 100 candies You can get candies for Pokémon by conducting sleep research, among other ways. Use them to raise your Pokémon!  Entei Mane ×50
Stick to your bedtime 3 times Start tracking your sleep up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after the bedtime you decide on with your Pokémon.  Entei Mane ×50
Cook 12 times You can cook up to three times per day. You'll have chances to make something at breakfast (starting at 6 AM), lunch (starting at noon), and dinner (starting at 6 PM).  Entei Mane ×50

Sleep Pass

All players have a Sleep Pass that determines what features in the game they can access. Players are automatically given a Regular Pass upon starting the game, but they can upgrade it to a Premium Pass by paying a monthly subscription fee of real-world money. Premium Pass benefits include:

  • View unlimited sleep data records and statistics
  • Daily Bonus Biscuit upgraded to a Premium Bonus Biscuit
  • Receive a bonus 100 sleep points each day that you track sleep
  • Gain access to the Premium Exchange for exchanging your sleep points
  • Monthly gifts of a Good Camp Ticket and 1,000 sleep points
  • Additional lavish rewards every three months
  • Unlock a diary where you can write notes on your sleep

Premium Pass loyalty rewards include a Handy Candy L, a Sub Skill Seed, and a Dream Cluster M. These rewards are given out once every three months, starting from when the player's current Premium Pass plan began. If the player's Premium Pass plan is cancelled or otherwise interrupted, this counter will be reset.

A no-cost trial of the Premium Pass is available to players who have not yet subscribed to it. This trial gives the player access to all Premium Pass benefits for two weeks, with the exception of loyalty rewards - the no-cost trial does not count towards the three-month subscription streak.

The following table summarizes the differences between a Regular Pass and a Premium Pass:

Feature Regular Pass Premium Pass
How long past sleep data records and statistics can be viewed Up to 30 days Forever
Friendship points awarded by Daily Bonus Biscuit 3 points 4 points
Sleep points awarded after a sleep session Equal to the sleep score Equal to the sleep score + 100
Sleep Point Exchanges accessible Regular Exchange only Regular Exchange and Premium Exchange
Monthly gifts None Good Camp Ticket ×1
Sleep points ×1,000
Quarterly gifts None Handy Candy L ×1
Sub Skill Seed ×1
Dream Cluster M ×1
Sleep diary None One entry per session

The Sleep Pass menu also lists the sleep points the player earned from their 30 previous sleep sections, including the date of the sleep session, the number of points earned, and what type of pass the player was using for that sleep session, Regular or Premium. In addition, if the player receives bonus sleep points from a session - such as the Novice Researcher Bonus - those sleep points will be recorded here as well.

The Novice Researcher Bonus is awarded to players for the first seven days they conduct sleep research. This bonus of 600 sleep points will only be awarded for the first instance of sleep research each day, so the player can earn 4,200 sleep points from this bonus.

Shops

Main article: Shop (Sleep)

The Shops menu allows the player to access the general store and the sleep point exchanges, where they can exchange their sleep points and Diamonds for items.

Pokémon

The Pokémon menu allows the player to edit their helper teams and view their Pokémon Box.

Edit Teams

Players can assemble up to five helper teams at a time in this menu. Each team consists of up to 5 helper Pokémon, and the same helper Pokémon can be assigned to multiple teams. Only one helper team can be active at a time, however. Players can rename their helper teams to help them remember the function of each team.

If the player is having trouble manually selecting a helper team, they can tap the "help me pick" button to have Rotom automatically put together a team that excels in a certain area:

  • Berry finding will prioritize Pokémon whose specialty is Berries.
  • Ingredient gathering will prioritize Pokémon whose specialty is Ingredients.
  • Skillful helping will prioritize Pokémon whose specialty is Skills.
Pokémon Box

The Pokémon Box allows players to view all the Pokémon they have befriended. The Pokémon Box can hold up to 80 Pokémon by default, but its capacity can be expanded using Diamonds. Viewing a Pokémon in the Pokémon Box shows all the Pokémon's pertinent information: their Energy level, their helping stats, their skills, their Nature, the date they were befriended, the place they were befriended, and the amount of time the player has slept with them in their helper team.

Players can evolve their Pokémon from the Pokémon Box. Most evolutions have two requirements, the first being to obtain a certain amount of the Pokémon's Candy. The second varies from Pokémon to Pokémon: some require the Pokémon to reach a certain level; some require the player to have a certain item; some require the player to sleep a certain amount of time with the Pokémon in their helper team. In rare instances, a Pokémon will have a third requirement to meet, such as it being a certain time of day.

After reaching the first Sleep Style Dex goal, studying 7 sleep styles, players can also level up their Pokémon from the Pokémon Box using Dream Shards and Candy.

Sleep

The Sleep menu allows the player to do three things:

  • Choose one or two incenses to use during the next sleep session.
  • Set the player's target bedtime.
  • Begin a sleep session.

If the player starts their sleep session within 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after their target bedtime, they will receive a stamp on their reward stamp card and the corresponding reward. The rewards on the reward stamp card are as follows:

Day Reward
Day 1  Fancy Apple ×5
Day 2  Ingredient Ticket S ×1
Day 3  Diamonds ×5
Day 4  Honey ×10
Day 5  Recovery Incense ×1
Day 6  Diamonds ×20
Day 7  Dream Cluster S ×1

If the player changes their target bedtime, the progress on their reward stamp card will be reset.

Events

Main article: List of events (Sleep)

Reception

By August 25, 2023, Pokémon Sleep reached 10 million downloads worldwide.[5] By September 15, 2023, the total number of Pokémon befriended by players around the world surpassed 100 million.[6]

Pokémon Sleep received awards in three categories of Google Play's Best of 2023: Users' Choice and Best Pick Up & Play in Japan and Best Game for Good in the United States.[7][8][9]

Staff

Main article: Staff of Pokémon Sleep

Version history

Main article: Pokémon Sleep/Version history

Compatibility

Pokémon Sleep requires an internet connection (Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G, or 5G). If connecting to the Pokémon GO Plus +, location data services are required. Pokémon Sleep can be played on:[10]

Pokémon Sleep is not optimized for tablets.[10]

Beginning in late July 2024, Android Oreo (8.0) or above will be required for Android devices.[11]

Development

Pokémon Sleep was announced at the Pokémon 2019 Press Conference on May 29, 2019. When it was announced, it was stated that it would release in 2020; however, this did not occur, and no further information about the software was announced until 2023. Despite the lack of official information, the official Japanese Pokémon website added an SSL certificate to their site for a Pokémon Sleep sub-website in April 2021,[12] and in January 2022, unused data for features relating to Pokémon Sleep and the Pokémon GO Plus + was found in the internal files of Pokémon GO. More information about Pokémon Sleep was eventually revealed in Pokémon Presents on February 27, 2023, in which it was announced to be releasing in summer 2023.[13]

An open beta for Pokémon Sleep was launched for Android users in Argentina, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, running from July 9 to July 13, 2023.[14][15] The open beta was expanded to include Android users in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela.[16]

Prerelease

To celebrate the release of Pokémon Sleep, a "Snoozing Snorlax" ASMR livestream was held from July 14, 2023 at 1:00 a.m. (PDT) to July 20, 2023 at 12:59 a.m. (PDT). Through those viewing commenting good night messages in the live chat, the Snorlax in the livestream had its Drowsy Power increased, and special occurences happened.[17]

The livestream was created and developed by BBmedia, Inc.,[18] and featured background music by Hitomi Satō[18][19] and sound design by Kazuki Kitamura.[20] The background music featured an arrangement of Jigglypuff's song as seen in the anime.[18]

The hour-long main loop of the livestream can be seen in the video below:


By ポケモン公式YouTubeチャンネル


Release

Pokémon Sleep was available for preregistration on Google Play beginning July 6, 2023.[21] Pokémon Sleep was released on a staggered schedule, with participants of the global open beta being the earliest to be able to download the game.

Date Locations
July 16, 2023[22] Australia, Canada, Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela), and New Zealand
July 18, 2023[23] Select countries in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East (Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Morocco, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom)
July 19, 2023[24] Select countries in Asia (Brunei, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand)
July 19, 2023[25]
July 20, 2023[26][note 1]
Japan, United States

Gallery

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese Pokémon Sleep
Mandarin Pokémon Sleep
  French Pokémon Sleep
  German Pokémon Sleep
  Italian Pokémon Sleep
  Korean Pokémon Sleep
  Spanish Pokémon Sleep

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Due to time zones, the game was released on July 19, 2023 in the United States and on July 20, 2023 in Japan, even though it was released at the same time in both countries.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Pokémon — Pokémon Sleep Official Webpage
  2. (July 6, 2023). "How To Play Pokémon Sleep." The Official Pokémon YouTube Channel. YouTube.
  3. Sleep Tracking — Pokémon Sleep Official Webpage
  4. 4.0 4.1 Merrick, Joe (July 7, 2023). "Pokémon Sleep - A Sleeper Hit?" (Pokémon Sleep Preview). Serebii.net.
  5. 10 Million Downloads Worldwide! – Pokémon Sleep Official Webpage (archived)
  6. 100 M Pokémon Befriended Bundles – Pokémon Sleep Official Webpage (archived)
  7. Award Commemoration Gift: Google Play Best of 2023 – Pokémon Sleep Official Webpage (archived)
  8. The best games of 2023 - Google Play (JP)
  9. The best games of 2023 - Google Play (US)
  10. 10.0 10.1 Pokémon Sleep Gameplay FAQ – Pokémon Support
  11. End of Pokémon Sleep Support for Android OS 7 Systems – Pokémon Sleep Official Webpage (archived)
  12. Is Pokémon Sleep still coming out? | ScreenRant
  13. Pokémon Presents | 2.27.2023
  14. Tweet by Pokémon Sleep (@PokemonSleep). Posted on July 9, 2023.
  15. Tweet by Pokémon Sleep (@PokemonSleep). Posted on July 9, 2023.
  16. Tweet by Pokémon Sleep (@PokemonSleep). Posted on July 10, 2023.
  17. (July 14, 2023). "Snoozing Snorlax ASMR Livestream." Pokémon Sleep Official Webpage
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 BBmedia, Inc. (July 18, 2023). 『Pokémon Sleep(ポケモンスリープ)』リリース記念!世界中の「おやすみ」が集まるライブ配信「カビゴンが寝てるだけーライブASMR―」1週間限定で配信開始! PR TIMES.
  19. Tweet by 佐藤仁美 (@musashino_alps). Posted on July 14, 2023.
  20. Tweet by CONNECT+ECHO 北村一樹 (かじゅき) (@CompAudio). Posted on July 14, 2023.
  21. (July 6, 2023). "Preregistration Begins for Pokémon Sleep!" Pokémon Sleep Official Webpage
  22. Tweet by Pokémon Sleep (@PokemonSleep). Posted on July 16, 2023.
  23. Tweet by Pokémon Sleep (@PokemonSleep). Posted on July 18, 2023.
  24. Tweet by Pokémon Sleep (@PokemonSleep). Posted on July 19, 2023.
  25. "MEDIA ALERT: Pokémon Sleep Now Available" - The Pokémon Company North America Official Press Site
  26. Tweet by 『Pokémon Sleep(ポケモンスリープ)』公式 (@PokemonSleepApp). Posted on July 19, 2023.

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