Pokemon: Magikarp Jump, the latest mobile game from Nintendo, has released on both Android and iOS. The game is currently only available in Italy and the US but is expected to launch in other locations over the coming days and weeks to ensure a smooth release.
The free-to-play title is essentially a pet game where players have to raise a Magikarp. While doing this, they have to train the fish so that it can jump as high as possible. The overall aim is to have the highest height on the leaderboard. As expected from mobile games, it includes a number of in-app purchases that require payment, though it can be played without any cost.
You can download Pokemon: Magikarp Jump here for iOS or here for Android.
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