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Meet Trevor, our pet Magikarp

Say hi to the weirdest Pokémon game ever.

Pokémon: Magikarp Jump

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Magikarp is a famously terrible Pokémon. Yes, with a lot of work it can evolve into a mighty Gyrados, but most players who have encountered Magikarp will be more than familiar with its original, meeker form – a useless, flapping disappointment.

And yet, it's because of its undeniable futility that Magikarp is so loved – adored enough for The Pokémon Company to build a whole game around it.

Your task? Raise and train a string of Magikarps to become the highest jumpers in the land. Our current one is called Trevor. Here’s why we’re still playing it:

Gobbling up food is satisfying

Your Magikarp’s home is where a lot of the action happens. Swipe to have a look around, tap on the floating food to feed your new pet and, later on, you can decorate the place. Other Pokémon drop by too, which means a boost to your stats.

See that jumping fish? That’s Magikarp, the most lovably ineffective Pokémon.

    Pokémon: Magikarp Jump

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