Pocket Plants

Pocket Plants

Pocket Plants

Author
Kongregate
Release
June 26, 2017
Version
2.3.0
Requirement
Android 4.1 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Downloads
100,000 - 500,000
Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

Product Description

Combine your plants to unlock dozens of cute new ones as you revitalize several different worlds. Charming characters will aid you in your adventure by giving you different tasks to complete for great rewards. You can even connect your phone or Fitbit to help generate more energy as you exercise!KEY FEATURES:*Collect them all! – Grow hundreds of absolutely adorable plants as you mix and match different species in order to evolve brand new ones.*Cast of characters – Harvest plants for charming NPC’s and complete their orders to earn exciting rewards!*Powerups – Unlock flasks by completing orders to research dozens of unique powerups.*Explore – Breath life back into several magical worlds as you discover more plant types.*Healthy Twist – Connect your phone or Fitbit and convert your steps into free energy in-game!Please Note: Pocket Plants is a free-to-play game, but some extra game items can be purchased for real money. You can disable in-app purchases in your device’s settings.
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3 reviews for Pocket Plants

  1. anonymous
    5 out of 5

  2. Rebma Keep
    5 out of 5

    Awesome idea for a game! The mechanic to redeem steps for energy and gems is a really cool idea. The game is playable without using the top-level gems for everything to get rid of excess waiting which I love. A couple of things: Sometimes when you tap the bubbles over each plant to collect energy, it thinks you’re trying to fuse the two plants (aka the swipe action is very sensitive) The notification vibration is very long, which is quite disruptive when doing other things. Other than that though, this game is fantastic! The plant names are really cute too.

  3. Megan Oldson
    5 out of 5

    Seems pretty cute and additicitve. I like it so far. Fair enough time to progress without spending tons of money. I have spent around $15 over a 3 month time. My kiddos can play with me too. So far so good!

  4. Keri Kidd
    4 out of 5

    This is a cute game but the controls can be extremely frustrating. I recommend making moving/merging plants only available after a long press. I am constantly merging and moving plants I don’t want to or selecting pollution accidentally just by collecting a plant’s energy. It’s incredibly annoying.

  5. Masha A
    3 out of 5

    Great graphics. Transaction system and neverending ad watching is debilitating. I wish it was a paying game that makes you wait a reasonable time, instead of hours and hours, and didn’t force you to watch the same ads over and over again to progress at a reasonable pace. I can’t believe how people are ok with these practices nowadays.

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