Pokémon Smile helps make toothbrushing a fun habit with Pokémon!
Turn toothbrushing into a fun and exciting adventure with Pokémon Smile! Players can partner up with some of their favorite Pokémon to defeat the cavity-causing bacteria and save captured Pokémon. Only by consistently brushing their teeth can they save all the Pokémon, earning the chance to catch them.
■ Thorough toothbrushing is the key to catching Pokémon!
Some unlucky Pokémon have been captured by the cavity-causing bacteria inside your mouth! By brushing your teeth, you can defeat these bacteria and save the Pokémon. If you do a great job brushing, you’ll be able to catch the Pokémon you save, too!
■ Completing your Pokédex, collecting Pokémon Caps—there are lots of ways to enjoy Pokémon Smile!
• Pokédex: More than 100 adorable Pokémon appear in Pokémon Smile. Build up a habit of brushing your teeth daily to catch them all and complete your Pokédex!
• Pokémon Caps: As you play, you’ll also unlock all kinds of Pokémon Caps—fun and unique hats you can “wear” while brushing!
■ Keep it up to become a Brushing Master!
Regularly brushing your teeth will earn you Brushing Awards. Collect all the Brushing Awards, and become a Brushing Master!
■ Decorate your favorite photos for fun!
While you brush, you can let the game snap a few photos of your great brushing in action. Choose your favorite shot and then have some fun decorating it with a variety of stickers! Keep brushing your teeth daily, and you’ll continue to collect more stickers you can use to decorate your photos.
■ Useful supervision features
• Toothbrushing guidance: Players will be guided through the toothbrushing process, helping them to brush all areas of their mouth.
• Notifications: Create up to three reminders a day to notify players when it’s time to brush!
• Duration: Choose how long each toothbrushing session should last: one, two, or three minutes. That way, the needs of users of all ages can be accommodated.
■ Toothbrushing tips
After each brushing session, you’ll also be able to pick up some helpful tips for how to brush the best you can, based on advice from dental professionals.
■ Important notes
• This app is not intended to prevent or treat cavities, nor does it guarantee that players will gain a liking for toothbrushing or make it a habit.
• When Pokémon Smile is being played by a child, a parent or guardian should always be present and support the child in their toothbrushing to avoid accidents.
■ Supported platforms
Pokémon Smile can be played on devices using a supported OS.
OS requirements: iOS 11.0 or later
• Please be aware that the app may not run properly on certain devices.
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Adjusted difficulty settings: updated start time at which cavity-inducing bateria attack teeth, etc.
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Easy for kids, hard for adults
Easy and friendly app. It has a timer (default is 2 min) that you can change between 1 min, 2 min, and 3 min. It also provides a guide of which area to brush and switches between each of the 18 sections total; 9 top teeth and 9 bottom teeth.
Pro: This is definitely for kids and seems to be easier for them to catch Pokémon which encourages them to be excited for next time.
My son definitely enjoys it and looks forward to brushing and to see what Pokémon he’ll encounter next. He even gets excited when it’s my turn and encourages me on how I’m doing.
Con: This is only for adults. I downloaded and tested it out just to see how well it would be in case it would have possibly been not as exiting for my son.
The first few days of trying, I never brushed enough to catch a Pokémon. It was still covered in darkness. I had a white brush (since it recommends against clear) in the beginning.
I eventually let my son try it and he caught a Pokémon the first time. He has a bright color one and I tried again with an extra colored brush he had and I seemed to do better.
Each night we brushed, he cleared the darkness easily and only a few times I was able with the rest with partial darkness.
I set our birthdays so not sure if that plays an effect or cause it uses the camera, it can tell your age but as an adult, if you’re excited for this, too, you have more work cut out for you.
Great way to get kids to brush their teeth!
So, after seeing this in this in Pokémon Presents, it was obvious some people thought it was a joke, and I did too for minute before seeing it on the App Store. I decided to try it out, even thought it’s aimed for kids that are, like, ten years younger than I am xD
After grabbing my toothbrush and using the app for a bit, I quite enjoyed it. The graphics were cute (I do wish it was closer to the original art but I can’t really complain cause it’s pretty cute) and the menus were easy to navigate. I like the objective of catching Pokémon and unlocking stickers and caps once yinish brushing, although I do wish the brushing guide was more clear. It’s a bit hard to understand where it wants you to brush sometimes, like when it asks you to brush the inside of your teeth. I saw someone else say this, but it would be nice if it was a 3D model, although I think the current 2D is manageable. It would be nice if you could choose what type of toothbrush you have (manual or electric) since I did notice that it would say that I’m going too slow while I used my electric toothbrush. Other than that, this game is great and I’m still wondering how the developers managed to make this enjoyable even for older people than it was targeted for l me! I can see how this can help younger kids with their brushing habits and I think this is a great app.
although i am still a bit confused on why we’re using master balls on weedles and rattatas-
The S in Sinnoh stands for smile
Friends friends gather a round and let us spin the tale of the Sinnoh region. A dark marsh laying low at the bottom of the terrifying mountain, a slow steady curve northwards to the freezing winter wonderlands. A vast sea of challenge and crashing wake, throwing sea and form against the pillars of excellency on the bare ankles of the elite four. The bug geek Aaron, posed with his Drapion, the poisonous claws sharpened to crush and slice. The battle harden Bertha, smashing her cane as the ground rumbles and shakes, whipping up a furious sandstorm as the mighty Hippowdon emerges. The glamorous Flint, flicking his lighter as his Infernape bashes on it’s chest for the new loser...or winner. Calmly parting his hair as the intelligent young Lucian prepares to analyze you, his Brozong’s physic powers ringing through you like a bell. Leading up the steps to the grand champion of them all, the Queen of Sinnoh, the dragon tamer, the underground explorer, the beauty that holds the beast of a battle, Cynthia and her ready Lucario, blue aura seeping off its fists like sweat. They face before you, decades of training, textbooks of knowledge, thousands of battles; for you. A small roar echos though the building, the ground shakes under you, the doors burst open and you can do nothing but be held shocked at the sight. Toothbrushamon
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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.