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    HabitRPG's review

    Published: 2013-08-19, by Peter Warrior.

    A to-do app for nerds

    • Lovely 8bit and RPG inspiration
    • More features and customization option would be welcomed

    "Final boss: call mum"

    Time ago, there was a comicbook about a nerd who took his daily job in the office as if he was playing his favorite roleplaying game, it was much like Knights of the Dinner Table or Dork Tower, so to speak. Now, OCDevel thinks that there are many of us who think to ourselves in that nerd terms, or at least that it'd be useful to do so to achieve certain goals. It'd be like transactional coaching taken in a more fun way. In the end, we mere mortals can procrastinate, but our 18th lvl paladin wouldn't.

    That is. It's a to-do app, presented in a lovely 8bit user interface that invites to add new "quests" (tasks) to earn experience points and get items, hence enhancing this app's recurrence.

    We'd like to see more themes, as a sci-fish one, for example. Anyway, it's an original and very nerdy way to customize your Android and manage your life when you're snowed under it.

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    by Peter , Appszoom

    Aug 19, 2013

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    Users comments

    Stewart Martin

    by Stewart Martin

    Nov 20, 2016  |  "Good"

    Habitica (formerly havitrpg) updated their api, and this app no longer works. Get the habitica app instead.

    Coco Jones

    by Coco Jones

    Sep 08, 2016  |  "OK"

    I can't login anymore and also not connect via Facebook or create a new account. I will just get an error.

    Zack LeQuia

    by Zack LeQuia

    Aug 18, 2016  |  "Good"

    Liked the app but now wjen I try to log in, I get error 404.

    Helen Morris

    by Helen Morris

    Apr 16, 2016  |  "Great"

    Seems to work okay, good backup to the main version

    Lenne Dalben

    by Lenne Dalben

    Feb 28, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    I installed both this app and the new version since they have different levels of functionality, and occasionally also check out the website. I can understand that might seem tedious for some people, but I absolutely love the concept, and enjoy the apps and the website! They are great for accountability and motivation.

    Robert Butler

    by Robert Butler

    Feb 12, 2016  |  "OK"

    While an interesting concept, ultimately this app is a to-do list that requires more from the "player" than a to-do list, while being more complex than a pad of paper and a pencil. Its also rather easy to set up in such a way as to never lose, but then its intended purpose is lost as well.