What’s New

Version 1.3.61

・Fixed a display issue affecting certain devices.
・You can now trade in your Exchange Tickets for items in the Exchange Office even when you are offline!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
15K Ratings

15K Ratings

A3. ponytale girl ,

Amazing as my books

This game is really fun it makes you want to work toward something kind of like saving money you’re working toward getting something. When I played with my phone I had this app but I had to delete it because there was too many apps, I did not want to but I had to I was unhappy because I had to delete the app. Reason I like this app is because there’s also a surprise on which one you’ll get (which Magikarp you’ll get). Another reason I like this game is because there is a variety of Pokémon you can get the main one is Magikarp some of the other ones are Pikachu,Osowat, Charizard, and more. There is also a variety of decorations like plushy’s, signs, and a trophy. You can look at your past magikcarps watching their young ones. I really love this game that’s why rated five stars ha ha it’s just like my plushy Wana The Chihuahua I want to keep it forever or my mom I always want to live with her it’s like those things those special things I always want them with me forever but someday they might go, but I don’t want them to go My plushy might rot and my mom she’ll die😭😢.

Love, your family friendly child.

PS can you do me a favor I’d Love if you can help Fish in the lake, pick up litter so they can live, and just be a good person.

Dentsin347 ,

Who said Magikarp is weak?

Ah, Magikarp. The weakest Pokémon out there. At least that’s what we thought until this game. This game as the title implies, is about jumping Magikarp. These Magikarp compete in... competitions to gain ranks in the game. And also to make people sad. But you get happy when people get sad, so who cares? Anyways, you train up your Magikarp to make it jump better and win against your opponents. Decorate your pond to make your Magikarp level up faster and to look snazzy. Now I gotta talk about my new worst enemy, random encounters (Rip in pepperonis, Karol. You will forever be remembered). They can be good or bad, but it’s nice when it’s good, as it is money, training points or a ton of food (there might be more that I haven’t discovered yet). They can also be Pidgyotoes that eat your Magikarp... still mad about that... anyways, they are bad, too. That’s about it. A request I have is being able to help out your Magikarp when it trains, like sliding in a direction or tapping really fast, but that’s it,
really. I hope this review didn’t bore you to death, and I’ll see you around maybe.

VeryAddictedGamer ,

Great game full of charm

First off, yes, this IS a REAL POKEMON GAME made by the Pokemon company about the biggest Pokemon meme of all time (other than jelly donuts, sorry Brock.) The game is absolutely ridiculous and it rolls with it, the story is you are a trainer arriving in the town of Hoppy Town (yes that’s the name) where the mayor, mayor karp instructs you that times have changed and the towns Magikarp are starting to get lazy and sad. To help, he asks you to raise a Magikarp and defeat the league to bring the town to its former glory. The graphics are beautiful and charming, you can easily tell this is a Pokemon game from the graphics alone. Gameplay consists of feeding Magikarp food, and taking him to train. Each time you train you lose one out of three training points. Training and eating strengthens your Magikarp. You can then enter it in contests and compete to see who can jump the highest. The bad part of this is that its boring, it’s entirely automatic but it’s pretty satisfying to see your Magikarp grow. Overall, 4.5/5 fun and charming but pretty repetitive. I didn’t even mention all the other features like the solid humor or the various secrets, but what I can confirm is that you’ll have a great time with Magikarp Jump.


The Pokemon Company
145.8 MB

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2017 Pokémon. © 1995-2017 Nintendo/Creatures Inc./GAME FREAK inc. Developed by SELECT BUTTON inc.
In-App Purchases
  1. 50 Diamonds & 50 Exchange Tickets $0.99
  2. 250 Diamonds & 250 Exchange Tickets $4.99
  3. 550 Diamonds & 550 Exchange Tickets $9.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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