Aside from being a sleep-tracking app, Pokemon Sleep appeals to users due to the variety of Pokemon you can obtain when you wake up. One of these Pokemon is Snorlax and he has quite the appetite! In this guide, we'll teach you how to feed Snorlax.
In Pokemon Sleep, the app tracks the amount of time a user sleeps, using an accelerometer of the external Pokemon Go Plus+ accessory, and sends over that data to the user's mobile device. Moreover, in terms of how Pokemon can appear before you, this is dependent on your Sleep Type and how long you slept. So, once you've gotten Snorlax you can then feed and take care of him.
How to feed Snorlax in Pokemon Sleep?
Unlike most Pokemon in the app, you won't satisfy your Snorlax by just offering him biscuits or berries. The Snorlax requires custom meals you make to build its strength. The process of cooking up Snorlax's meals makes the app more of a game.
Snorlax's feeding time isn't randomised and you won't be able to feed him anytime you want to. You should become aware of the breakfast feeding time of Snorlax. This is between 6 am and 12 pm. This helps in establishing real-life routines which create a better experience with the app and perhaps improve their sleep.
First, you must interact with Snorlax by tapping on it in the app. This starts the cooking process. You'll be able to use the ingredients you've gathered throughout your playing experience so far. There's the option to choose a recipe or you can use the auto cook feature within the app to automatically cook with some of the ingredients you have in your inventory. The Auto Cook feature is useful when you're short on time when using the app.
If you lack ingredients though at times, Snorlax will also rely on berries you've collected so be sure to stock up on those to keep it happy. Once you've cooked its meal, you can feed it to Snorlax and develop its strength over time. This makes playing Pokemon Sleep more exciting and fun.
That's all the time we have for this guide on how to feed Snorlax in Pokemon Sleep. If you're looking for more guides on the game, you can check out our other pieces such as how to get shiny Pokemon in Pokemon Sleep and how to get a Night Cap Pikachu in Pokemon Sleep.