Pou – your virtual pet

Pou is a free Android application that will turn you into a virtual guardian to a small but very likeable being that needs your care. Designed for children Pou can keep even adults occupied thanks to its addictive gameplay and the feeling you are doing something good.

Pou is an alien pet coming somewhere from the stars. You must keep an eye on his needs – he gets hungry, needs a bath, sleeps etc. Sometimes he may even get sick so use a Health potion on him. To keep him fed you must first successfully complete tasks, which bring you virtual money and only then can you visit the store to buy him food and everything else he may need.

The app is cool and may fill in the need of having a real pet at home but takes time so be warned on this one. In addition don’t expect action out of it – so at one point of time you may get bored. But if you are into taking care of (virtual) pets then go for the game – you will like it!

Pou can be found right here on Google Play.

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