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Get Fit Puzzle

Get Fit Puzzle

Fitbit, Inc.

Use your Fitbit stats to bulk up your bunny in this puzzle matching game.

4.6 Ratings 6K+ Reviews 50K+ Downloads
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About Get Fit Puzzle

Use your Fitbit stats to bulk up your bunny in this puzzle matching game.
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Ratings & Reviews

4.6
6.3K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    76+%
  2. 4
    16+%
  3. 3
    5+%
  4. 2
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  • Nice way to make exercising fun Dec 12, 2020

    By User1247474885
    I have been looking for a nice alternative to make moving around fun especially when I am home all day during covid. I am glad the fit bit team released this game! This puts an end to the mindless step counting and encourages me to build towards a rewarding result. The interface is really smooth as well. Highly recommended!!!
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  • Mar 2, 2021

    By Will
    like a certain candy game but replace IAP with actually walking and working out to earn rewards to help progress in the game. been waiting for a game like this for years, so 5 star for now. need more interesting games that integrate with the tracking data plz. Don't know what they actually mean by 4000 levels but it's like a set of 10-20 levels that repeat over and over. so taking a star away for the repetitive levels. ok dropping another star since it resets on a new device.
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  • Could be better Jan 21, 2021

    By utoia
    This game is cute but I was very disappointed to see that the other 4 bunnies I was competing against weren’t my own friends. I bought all 4 of my adult children fitbits for Christmas and thought we would all enjoy playing this game together. I don’t really understand how the game has anything to do with fitness at all. Seems like it should be harder to advance than it is. We were all looking forward to competing against each other with our sleep stats, hydration, steps, active minutes, etc... I like the graphics and colors but very confused as to how it might motivate someone to get better sleep or take more steps. Hopefully there are plans in the future to add your closest Fitbit friends to the game. That might make it a little more fun.
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  • Jan 7, 2021

    By Kiryn Silverwing
    This game is weird. It's a candy crush clone without microtransactions, so even though I normally hate this kind of game despite being in its core demographic of moms in their 30s, I'm in favor of doing it this way. It uses your fitbit data to give you more power-ups and moves in order to get through the puzzles, which in turn level up your bunny (which you can choose from one of five colors and give it a name). It's there that I'm not sure why I care though. At the end of the week, it pits your bunny against four other people's bunnies, and the one with the highest level wins. But why do I care about winning races? There's no story, no new abilities unlocked at higher levels, just a pure numbers game to compete against other users. I don't really want to sit on my ass playing a silly puzzle game for hours in order to win races in a game that's ostensibly about fitness. If they added a story mode or actual RPG elements that make my level matter in some way like Puzzle Quest, I'd be all over this. Maybe future updates will make it more interesting. It's a good start, anyway.
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  • This game is great!! Jan 25, 2021

    By bamagirlinwv
    I love this game! The interface is very user friendly, and the game is really fun! It definitely pushes me to get in extra steps, as if you can’t clear the board in the amount of turns you start with, you can get extra turns by taking steps. The only reason I rated 4 stars instead of 5 is for some reason, you can only earn a set number of extra turns per day. This makes zero sense to me, since the object of the whole game is to add steps you might not have otherwise taken! I would love to know why the game creators put this limit in!
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  • Simple and spent more time playing than walking Dec 16, 2020

    By CallieO'Mallie
    I’m on level 36 and find this game very simple and boring. It does require walking (steps) on the FitBit app to earn extra turns when you run out and haven’t finished a level. However, because of the simplicity I find myself playing the game without needing to walk much. Also, it is rather boring.. It would be much more fun if you earned points and could do something with the points. For example: I would much rather play something like Fishdom which gives rewards and allows you to build an aquarium with the points you earn. I just wait when I run out of turns until the game gives me more turns. I would never pay for this app.
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  • Jan 16, 2021

    By Roxanne Wolfe
    You should not require being a premium member to play a match game .. Additionally, this game feels far from the purpose of our Fitbits because you really need to be stationary while playing. I think something similar to Pokémon Go would make more sense. Game was fun but not worthy of a monthly subscription.
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  • I don’t see how this motivates exercise Feb 14, 2021

    By klgardn
    So this is kind of a candy crush style game. Yes, technically the more steps you have, the more you can play, but for me, more levels/time on a candy crush style game doesn’t equate to exercise motivation. I wanted something that felt more like an actual reward for exercise, or tracking within a game format. I can play one of thousands of other candy crush style games, elsewhere, without a Fitbit account. I wish this felt more correlated to exercising, in a fun game way.
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  • Mar 4, 2021

    By Dominique Jones
    While the game is fun parts don't work as expected. I receive credit for active minutes but I don't receive anything from the "prize filled chests."
  • Jan 18, 2021

    By Marshall Pascual
    I have the fitbit app installed on my phone. Why do I need to log into the fitbit site to use this app? Are you not capable of sharing data between your apps when they are installed on the same device? Also another issue I have is with privacy. Now that Google owns fitbit I am unsure that it is a safe platform for my biometric data.
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  • Nice way to make exercising fun Dec 12, 2020

    By User1247474885
    I have been looking for a nice alternative to make moving around fun especially when I am home all day during covid. I am glad the fit bit team released this game! This puts an end to the mindless step counting and encourages me to build towards a rewarding result. The interface is really smooth as well. Highly recommended!!!
    more
  • Jan 11, 2021

    By Maria L.
    I was not expecting much, boy was I wrong. It's like a cooler version of Candy Crush and in order to get more moves, you have to walk more steps... genius! I hope they don't start selling moves like CC, that's a deal breaker. I'm currently in a free premium trial and can see myself becoming a permanent member because of this game. So cute!
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  • Jan 18, 2021

    By Paulette Clark-Daniels
    this is a game that goes on and and. the move steps and activities you do, helps you get more moves when you run out of moves. I love this game! sense I downloaded this game I have made more steps on an average than I normally would. joining bingo, workweek, & weekend worries held me move even more. this game is a keeper. 😁😍🥳
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  • What a fun way to motivate! Jan 11, 2021

    By Spartacus Kelley
    I’m not big on games, never have been. Tried this one out of curiosity and I actually love it. I ran out of moves in the candy-crush-resembling smoothie game and it made me get up and take some actual physical steps to earn more moves in the game. Easy to learn and a great way to get me up and moving. Love this and will keep playing. Try it!
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  • Cute, fun, and motivating! Dec 11, 2020

    By jarupants
    I struggle with getting out of the house for no reason, but this game is helping me stock up on my daily steps so I can make more smoothies for my little bunny. If you're trying to get in the habit of working out or something, the game also has metrics to help you be healthier. Overall I think it's super motivating and engaging!
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  • Jan 7, 2021

    By Kiryn Silverwing
    This game is weird. It's a candy crush clone without microtransactions, so even though I normally hate this kind of game despite being in its core demographic of moms in their 30s, I'm in favor of doing it this way. It uses your fitbit data to give you more power-ups and moves in order to get through the puzzles, which in turn level up your bunny (which you can choose from one of five colors and give it a name). It's there that I'm not sure why I care though. At the end of the week, it pits your bunny against four other people's bunnies, and the one with the highest level wins. But why do I care about winning races? There's no story, no new abilities unlocked at higher levels, just a pure numbers game to compete against other users. I don't really want to sit on my ass playing a silly puzzle game for hours in order to win races in a game that's ostensibly about fitness. If they added a story mode or actual RPG elements that make my level matter in some way like Puzzle Quest, I'd be all over this. Maybe future updates will make it more interesting. It's a good start, anyway.
    more
  • This game is great!! Jan 25, 2021

    By bamagirlinwv
    I love this game! The interface is very user friendly, and the game is really fun! It definitely pushes me to get in extra steps, as if you can’t clear the board in the amount of turns you start with, you can get extra turns by taking steps. The only reason I rated 4 stars instead of 5 is for some reason, you can only earn a set number of extra turns per day. This makes zero sense to me, since the object of the whole game is to add steps you might not have otherwise taken! I would love to know why the game creators put this limit in!
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  • Jan 20, 2021

    By Jessica Clarke
    Cute and fun! It did motivate me to move more than average my first day playing. You level up your bunny, then "race". The prize is a trophy. It pits you against 4 with higher levels, so your goal is to match the highest ranking bunny. Their levels don't change, since they're not real players. I'm excited that Fitbit is trying this out, and hope they develop it further. Maybe wins could give you points to customize your bunny or furnish his home. Racing real people's bunnies would be fun too.
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  • Jan 9, 2021

    By Tammy Thompson
    It's a great idea but too easy. I can sit for hours playing this game before I need to get walking for a few extra steps, finish the game, then sit for more hours. IMO make ALL the moves based on steps. That way we earn moves in order to play.
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  • Feb 21, 2021

    By Angela Collier
    it's a fun daily challenge game. I like match games so I enjoy but that's all the game is. Steps = moves to play the game. Still fun.
  • Mar 2, 2021

    By Will
    like a certain candy game but replace IAP with actually walking and working out to earn rewards to help progress in the game. been waiting for a game like this for years, so 5 star for now. need more interesting games that integrate with the tracking data plz. Don't know what they actually mean by 4000 levels but it's like a set of 10-20 levels that repeat over and over. so taking a star away for the repetitive levels. ok dropping another star since it resets on a new device.
    more
  • Could be better Jan 21, 2021

    By utoia
    This game is cute but I was very disappointed to see that the other 4 bunnies I was competing against weren’t my own friends. I bought all 4 of my adult children fitbits for Christmas and thought we would all enjoy playing this game together. I don’t really understand how the game has anything to do with fitness at all. Seems like it should be harder to advance than it is. We were all looking forward to competing against each other with our sleep stats, hydration, steps, active minutes, etc... I like the graphics and colors but very confused as to how it might motivate someone to get better sleep or take more steps. Hopefully there are plans in the future to add your closest Fitbit friends to the game. That might make it a little more fun.
    more
  • Jan 16, 2021

    By Keith Thornton
    Cool idea, and super cute w/o being saccharine. BUT it's yet ANOTHER tile-matching game... IDK about otherb people, but I got burned out on these in elementary school. Not saying it's immature, just that it's such an overdone puzzle type. If the matching aspect was only one of several games, it would be better. I would only recommend it for kids, people that somehow missed out on matching games, and people that really REALLY enjoy matching games (because that aspect of this app is very generic).
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  • Great app but needs improvement Jan 18, 2021

    By oddtrees57
    Overall I really like this app and it has really helped motivate me to reach my steps goals. I find the game really fun to play. Two notes for improvement: - I can’t find a way to actually access the rewards from my active minutes and that has been frustrating. It worked the first week I played, but hasn’t worked at all the second week. - It seems like the other players in the weekly race are not actually other human players (their levels never change over the course of the week and their pet names seem too perfect) but I would love if the app created groups of real players of the app! It seems like there is no place within the app to contact support or provide feedback when I encounter a bug but given how much I love this app, I would love if there was because I’d love to see it improve!
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  • It’s ok Feb 22, 2021

    By Missyingrovecity
    It feels like sometimes it’s super easy to beat a level, and other times almost impossible without using power ups. Rarely do I find myself walking for extra moves. Easier to just put the game down. I don’t understand the pet races, I’ve won every single one, regardless of what level I am actually on. It’s just not very inspiring and is more a time waster than anything else else.
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  • Jan 16, 2021

    By Roxanne Wolfe
    You should not require being a premium member to play a match game .. Additionally, this game feels far from the purpose of our Fitbits because you really need to be stationary while playing. I think something similar to Pokémon Go would make more sense. Game was fun but not worthy of a monthly subscription.
    more
  • I don’t see how this motivates exercise Feb 14, 2021

    By klgardn
    So this is kind of a candy crush style game. Yes, technically the more steps you have, the more you can play, but for me, more levels/time on a candy crush style game doesn’t equate to exercise motivation. I wanted something that felt more like an actual reward for exercise, or tracking within a game format. I can play one of thousands of other candy crush style games, elsewhere, without a Fitbit account. I wish this felt more correlated to exercising, in a fun game way.
    more
  • Mar 4, 2021

    By Dominique Jones
    While the game is fun parts don't work as expected. I receive credit for active minutes but I don't receive anything from the "prize filled chests."
  • Simple and spent more time playing than walking Dec 16, 2020

    By CallieO'Mallie
    I’m on level 36 and find this game very simple and boring. It does require walking (steps) on the FitBit app to earn extra turns when you run out and haven’t finished a level. However, because of the simplicity I find myself playing the game without needing to walk much. Also, it is rather boring.. It would be much more fun if you earned points and could do something with the points. For example: I would much rather play something like Fishdom which gives rewards and allows you to build an aquarium with the points you earn. I just wait when I run out of turns until the game gives me more turns. I would never pay for this app.
    more
  • Jan 18, 2021

    By Marshall Pascual
    I have the fitbit app installed on my phone. Why do I need to log into the fitbit site to use this app? Are you not capable of sharing data between your apps when they are installed on the same device? Also another issue I have is with privacy. Now that Google owns fitbit I am unsure that it is a safe platform for my biometric data.
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  • In App Purchases Required Dec 13, 2020

    By ChiefPropellerhead
    A bit disingenuous, a Fitbit Premium membership is REQUIRED to use this app. So it’s not free. But you don’t fine this out until after you give them permission to use your Fitbit account and all your data. So now I have to log into my Fitbit account and disable this app, and then deal with whatever spam they send me reminding me of their app. Annoying. Frustrating. The app should tell you right off the bat in clear non-hidden language that it’s not free. Meh.
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  • Premium only Jan 7, 2021

    By m99p99
    Why not have the game to encourage people to buy and stay with fitbit. Almost all of my friends have switched to Apple Watch. You need to do more to KEEP your customers instead of getting every last cent that you can out of them. I’ve owned 6 fitbit devices and have at least 40 fitbit friends that no longer use their devices (and are no longer upgrading to new devices). Don’t keep losing your customers to Apple.
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