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marketing1Header Improve Your Habits by Playing a Game
marketing1Lead1Title Your Life, the Role Playing Game
marketing1Lead1 Habitica is a video game to help you improve real life habits. It "gamifies" your life by turning all your tasks (Habits, Dailies, and To Do's) into little monsters you have to conquer. The better you are at this, the more you progress in the game. If you slip up in life, your character starts backsliding in the game.
marketing1Lead2Title Get Sweet Gear
marketing1Lead2 Improve your habits to build up your avatar. Show off the sweet gear you've earned!
marketing1Lead3Title Find Random Prizes
marketing1Lead3 For some, it's the gamble that motivates them: a system called "stochastic rewards." Habitica accommodates all reinforcement and punishment styles: positive, negative, predictable, and random.
marketing2Header Compete With Friends, Join Interest Groups
marketing2Lead1Title Social Productivity
marketing2Lead1 While you can play Habitica solo, the lights really turn on when you start collaborating, competing, and holding each other accountable. The most effective part of any self-improvement program is social accountability, and what better an environment for accountability and competition than a video game?
marketing2Lead2Title Fight Monsters
marketing2Lead2 What's a Role Playing Game without battles? Fight monsters with your party. Monsters are "super accountability mode" - a day you miss the gym is a day the monster hurts *everyone!*
marketing2Lead3Title Challenge Each Other
marketing2Lead3 Challenges let you compete with friends and strangers. Whoever does the best at the end of a challenge wins special prizes.