Pokémon GO made walking fun. Now, Pokémon Sleep is set to change the way we sleep. However, I think it’s time for Pokémon to tread new(er) territory. Here are five more mundane tasks that should also be Pokémon games.
Inspired by the excitement of Pokémon Sleep…
Pokémon Eat turns your food into a grand Pokémon experience. Not only do you eat your food, but your Pokémon eat it as well (so you’ll need to make extra). This boosts your Pokémon’s stats and you can become total bros chilling out eating some Doritos or something. However, if you eat too much, you and your Pokémon will need to watch your cholesterol. Make eating more enjoyable with Pokémon Eat! Then pass out with some Pokémon Sleep.
Pokémon Find the Remote
Pokémon Find the Remote offers a Pokémon partner to help search your living area for that pesky remote. Bring a Pokémon along with you on a journey of redemption… to find the remote. This new game offers a huge sense of accomplishment when you and your Pokémon succeed. This also boosts the stats of your Pokémon! Find your remote with the help of Geodude this Christmas!
Pokémon Get Over Her
Don’t worry — she just wasn’t the one. However, Jynx is! In Pokémon Get Over Her, Jynx is here to offer relationship advice to help you get back out there and find the love of your sad pathetic life. So what that she left you for your rival Gary? Now you can boost your Pokémon’s stats while you get over her!
Moving sucks. However, Pokémon is changing the game yet again! Boost the stats of your Pokémon while moving. The more boxes you move, the more stats get boosted. Then boost more stats in Pokémon Sleep after a long day of Pokémon Move. You know you love boosting stats!
This one speaks for itself. But it also boosts the stats of your Pokémon! AHHHH! BOOSTING STATS!
Note: This is a work of satire and not intended to be considered factual in any way.
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