Pokémon: Magikarp Jump

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Pokémon: Magikarp Jump
はねろ!コイキング
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Basic info
Platform: iOS, Android
Category: RPG
Players: 1
Connectivity: Facebook integration
Developer: SELECT BUTTON inc.
Publisher: The Pokémon Company
Part of: Generation VII spin-off
Ratings
CERO: N/A
ESRB: E
ACB: G
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: 3
GRAC: 3
GSRR: N/A
Release dates
Japan: May 23, 2017
North America: May 24, 2017
Australia: May 25, 2017
Europe: May 17, 2017*
May 25, 2017*
South Korea: May 23, 2017
Hong Kong: May 23, 2017
Taiwan: May 23, 2017
Websites
Japanese: Official site
English: Pokémon.com
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Japanese logo of Jump! Magikarp
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Pokémon: Magikarp Jump (Japanese: はねろ!コイキング Jump! Koiking) is a spin-off Pokémon game for iOS and Android. It was released in Italy for iOS devices on May 17, 2017; in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and various other Asian countries for iOS and Android devices on May 23, 2017; in North America for iOS and Android devices on May 24, 2017; and in Europe and Australia on May 25, 2017.

Blurb

You can raise the ultimate Pokémon!

What is this world coming to?! It's a Pokémon game all about the weakest Pokémon ever—Magikarp! Anyone can play this simple game in their spare time to create the most majestic Magikarp ever in this official Pokémon app!

What kind of Pokémon is Magikarp?

  • It's famous—for being pathetically weak, unreliable, and generally useless.
  • It can't learn any powerful moves—all it does is flop around and splash!
  • When it flops its way too high in the sky, it's sometimes snagged by the Bird Pokémon Pidgeotto—never to be seen again!

Many surprising events lie in store for this pathetic Pokémon. But don't worry—it'll just keep on jumping until it can jump no more!

What kind of game is this?

  • Simple controls let anyone easily raise many generations of Magikarp
Tap the food that appears on the screen to feed your Magikarp, or have it complete training to increase its Jump Power! It's easy to do, and with each generation you raise, the next generation grows even faster!
  • Discover all kinds of Magikarp to show your friends
In this app, you can fish up all kinds of Magikarp with unusual patterns like calico and polka dots! When you encounter a rare Magikarp, show it off to your friends on your social media networks!
  • Pokémon like Pikachu and Piplup are here to help.
A number of popular Pokémon can appear to help your Magikarp grow. Keep playing to find out which Pokémon you'll befriend!
  • Spruce up your pond with Decorations!
Spruce up the pond where you raise your Magikarp. You can make the pond of your dreams, and help your Magikarp grow faster, too!

Plot and gameplay

Pokémon: Magikarp Jump takes place in Hoppy Town, where people train Magikarp and compete to see whose can jump the highest. The player can train one Magikarp at a time; when it is lost, reaches its maximum level and retires, or is forced to retire, the player must fish for a new Magikarp.

Characters

English
name
Player Mayor Karp Flop
Hoppington
Roddy Tackle Man of
Mystery
Unnamed
ghost
Dr. Splash Little Boy Little Girl
Japanese
name
プレイヤー カープ町長 コイやろう つりアニキ ナゾおじさん (名無しのゆうれい) スプラ研究員 げんきなボーイ げんきなガール
Image     N/A                    

Magikarp patterns

Magikarp come in a variety of patterns, with more becoming available as the player progresses through the game and reaches certain milestones that cause Roddy Tackle to offer increasingly better variations of the Old Rod. These patterns, and the earliest rod that can catch them, are listed below:

No. Image English name Japanese name Description Type of pattern Rod
1   Standard ノーマル It's the familiar old Magikarp pattern loved by so many. Standard Pattern Old Rod
Available from start
2   Skelly とげとげ This Magikarp is known for the spiny-looking white lines visible on it.
3   Calico Orange/White ニシキ(赤白) The basic example of a calico pattern has orange and white patches. Calico Pattern
4   Calico Orange/White/Black ニシキ(赤白黒) This calico pattern Magikarp looks a bit extravagant with its three colors.
5   Calico White/Orange ニシキ(白赤) This slightly different calico pattern has orange patches on a white field.
6   Calico Orange/Gold ニシキ(赤金) You'll feel fortunate when you see this glittering gold and orange calico!
7   Orange Two-Tone ツートン(赤) This basic two-tone pattern has clearly divided sections of orange and white. Orange Pattern So-So Old Rod
Beat the Quick League
8   Orange Orca シャチ(赤) This rather rare two-tone pattern looks like it would make for a swift swimmer.
9   Orange Dapples ウェーブ(赤) This two-tone pattern is reminiscent of the spray thrown up by the ocean waves.
10   Pink Two-Tone ツートン(ピンク) This cute two-tone pattern has clear fields of pink and white. Pink Pattern Good Old Rod
Beat the Great League
11   Pink Orca シャチ(ピンク) This two-tone pattern manages to look both cute and cool at the same time.
12   Pink Dapples ウェーブ(ピンク) This popular two-tone look is loved for its cute coloring and pattern.
13   Gray Bubbles みずたま(グレー) This basic bubble pattern in an understated gray has many fans. Gray Pattern Great Old Rod
Beat the Luxury League
14   Gray Diamonds ひしがた(グレー) This gray pattern would be right in line with a methodical mind.
15   Gray Patches ジラフ(グレー) This rare gray pattern has an unusually complicated pattern.
16   Purple Bubbles みずたま(パープル) This vivid purple pattern is dappled with lovely spots. Purple Pattern
17   Purple Diamonds ひしがた(パープル) This purple pattern is covered with spots that look like diamonds.
18   Purple Patches ジラフ(パープル) This captivating pattern has patches of purple on a white field.
19   Apricot Tiger とら(オレンジ) This wild striped pattern gives an impression of fierce strength. Apricot Pattern Rare Old Rod
Beat the Heal League
20   Apricot Zebra ゼブラ(オレンジ) This striped pattern has real sense of personality captured in its winding lines.
21   Apricot Stripes たてじま(オレンジ) This basic striped pattern is simply striking, no matter how you look at it.
22   Brown Tiger とら(チョコ) This unusual striped pattern seems somehow sturdy and reliable. Brown Pattern
23   Brown Zebra ゼブラ(チョコ) This striped specimen seems quite pleased with its winding lines.
24   Brown Stripes たてじま(チョコ) This brown striped pattern has the alluring sheen of liquid chocolate.
25   Orange Forehead でこ(赤) This playful-looking pattern is known for the bright orange patch on its head. White Pattern Pro's Old Rod
Beat the Ultra League
26   Orange Mask マスク(赤) This eye-catching pattern has a splash of coloration only on its face.
27   Black Forehead でこ(黒) This rather reserved pattern has black only on its forehead. Black Pattern
28   Black Mask マスク(黒) This surprising pattern has just one patch of startling black across its face.
29   Saucy Blue みたらし(青) The splashy pattern on its back looks as though a bucket was upended onto it. Blue Pattern Supreme Old Rod
Beat the Master League
30   Blue Raindrops レイニー(青) The drippy patterns decorating its back are exquisite.
31   Saucy Violet みたらし(すみれ) The violet droplets running down its sides give it a sorrowful air. Violet Pattern
32   Violet Raindrops レイニー(すみれ) The eye-catching pattern on its back is popular with everyone.
99   Gold きんぴか This rarely found Magikarp glitters like gold from front to tail fin. Gold Pattern Old Rod
Available from start

Other Pokémon appearances

Besides Magikarp, the following Pokémon also appear in the game. Sometimes, a Shiny Corsola, Feebas or Luvdisc can appear instead of a normal one.

Pokémon Appearance
  Gyarados Evolve Magikarp (Random encounter: Adios, Gyarados!; Macho Karp)
  Pikachu After obtaining the corresponding Friendship Item
  Mimikyu
  Gardevoir
  Piplup
  Snorlax
  Charizard
  Greninja
  Meowth
  Slowpoke
  Litten
  Rowlet
  Popplio
  Gengar
  Eevee
  Bulbasaur
  Mudkip
  Pidgeotto Seen flying in background for 100m and higher jumps; Random encounter: Tag Battle?; Hop, Skip & Whump!; Out of Nowhere...
  Voltorb Random encounter: Is It Treasure?
  Luvdisc Random encounter: Lost Luvdisc; Food Fever
  Corsola Random encounter: Food Fever
  Dratini Random encounter: You're No Magikarp!
  Manaphy Random encounter: Food Fever
  Feebas Random encounter: Is It Feebas?
  Ditto Random encounter: Transforming Magikarp
  Wishiwashi Silhouettes of schools of Wishiwashi can occasionally be seen swimming in the background
  Dwebble Training: Dwebble Push
  Boldore Training: Boldore Push
  Forretress Training: Forretress Push
  Golem Training: Golem Push
  Steelix Training: Steelix Push

Leagues

Badge English name Japanese name No. of Stages Rewards
Battle No. 5 Battle No. 10 Battle No. 15 Battle No. 20
  Friend League フレンドリーグ 5 Light Ball
  x 25
  Quick League クイックリーグ 10   × 10
  × 1
Mystic Water
  × 25
  Heavy League ヘビーリーグ 15   × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
Octillery Pot
  × 25
  Great League スーパーリーグ 15   × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
Amulet Coin
  × 25
  Fast League スピードリーグ 15   × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
Sudowoodo Bonsai
  × 25
  Luxury League ゴージャスリーグ 20   × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
Miracle Seed
  × 25
  Heal League ヒールリーグ 20   × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
Starmie Bubbler
  × 25
  Ultra League ハイパーリーグ 20   × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
Soft Sand
  × 25
  Elite Four League してんのうリーグ 20   × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
Red Cap
  × 25
  Master League マスターリーグ 15   × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
Gold Magikarp Statue
  × 25
The following Leagues were used as a filler before version 1.3.0
  Expert League 1 エクストラリーグ1 10   × 10
  × 1
  × 25
  × 1
  Expert League 2 エクストラリーグ2 10   × 10
  × 1
  × 25
  × 1
  Expert League 3 エクストラリーグ3 15   × 10
  × 1
  × 10
  × 1
  × 25
  × 1

Items

Food

Image English name Japanese name Rank 1 JP Rank 25 JP Rank 50 JP Rank 75 JP Max Rank JP Unlock Unlock Cost Total Cost from Rank 1 to 100
  Oran Berry オレンのみ
Oran Fruit
2 81 2.55k 76.3k 3.18M Available from start N/A 4,304,786 
  Sitrus Berry オボンのみ
Obon Fruit
9 163 3.36k 90.3k 3.72M Available from start N/A 4,942,512 
  Pecha Berry モモンのみ
Momon Fruit
33 309 4.84k 122k 4.38M Trainer Rank 3 38  5,243,043 
  Rindo Berry リンドのみ
Rindo Berry
75 503 6.10k 138k 4.82M Trainer Rank 6 70  5,562,449 
  Wacan Berry ソクノのみ
Sokuno Fruit
142 787 7.75k 156k 5.31M Trainer Rank 9 112  5,902,110 
  Leppa Berry ヒメリのみ
Himeri Fruit
286 1.31k 10.2k 178k 5.85M Trainer Rank 15 292  6,265,023 
  Rawst Berry チーゴのみ
Chīgo Fruit
593 2.28k 14.1k 205k 6.46M Trainer Rank 21 662  6,653,147 
  Aspear Berry ナナシのみ
Nanashi Fruit
1.11k 3.73k 19.3k 237k 7.12M Trainer Rank 25 1,052  7,065,044 
  Razz Berry ズリのみ
Zuri Fruit
2.05k 6.26k 27.5k 278k 7.86M Trainer Rank 30 1,880  7,508,668 
  Bluk Berry ブリーのみ
Burī Fruit
3.98k 11.3k 42.5k 339k 8.71M Trainer Rank 36 3,771  7,995,440 
  Lava Cookie フエンせんべい
Fuen Rice Cracker
9.65k 25.7k 71.2k 434k 9.72M Trainer Rank 42 7,564  8,540,247 
  Shalour Sable シャラサブレ
Shala Sable
19.9k 51.1k 153k 719k 10.9M Trainer Rank 48 15,171  9,175,227 
  Lumiose Galette ミアレガレット
Miare Galette
42.1k 104k 292k 1.08M 12.6M Trainer Rank 54 30,428  9,963,366 
  Casteliacone ヒウンアイス
Hiun Ice Cream
98.7k 283k 638k 1.98M 14.1M Trainer Rank 60 92,874  13,732,416 
  Magikarp Biscuit コイキングやき
Toasted Magikarp
215k 510k 1.32M 3.62M 18.2M Trainer Rank 66 223,541  16,259,651 
  Old Gateau もりのヨウカン
Forest Yōkan
455k 1.05M 2.64M 6.71M 26.2M Trainer Rank 73 429,910  20,420,144 
  Big Malasada おおきいマラサダ
Big Malasada
982k 2.26M 5.62M 13.5M 39.4M Trainer Rank 81 931,392  27,219,169 

Training

During a training session, a Magikarp can show good, great, or amazing effort. Good effort is the most common and awards the standard amount of JP. Great effort multiplies the gained JP by 1.5, while amazing effort has a multiplier of 3.5.

Image English name Japanese name Rank 1 JP Rank 25 JP Rank 50 JP Rank 75 JP Max Rank JP Unlock Unlock Cost Total Cost from Rank 1 to 100
  Sandbag Slam サンドバッグ 35 956 30.0k 897k 37.4M Available from start N/A 3,974,559 
  Jump Counter はねるカウンタ 122 2.01k 40.0k 1.06M 43.7M Available from start N/A 4,469,619 
  Dwebble Push イシズマイ押し 439 3.93k 58.3k 1.44M 51.5M Trainer Rank 4 43  4,741,879 
  Timber! 大木折り 1.07k 6.74k 75.0k 1.63M 56.7M Trainer Rank 8 95  5,031,513 
  Balloon Blow 風船ふくらまし 2.22k 11.2k 98.1k 1.85M 62.5M Trainer Rank 12 178  5,339,906 
  Boldore Push ガントル押し 4.36k 18.6k 131k 2.12M 68.9M Trainer Rank 16 344  5,668,717 
  Ball Smash ピンポン飛ばし 8.81k 32.5k 184k 2.46M 76.0M Trainer Rank 22 743  6,021,285 
  Rock Cruncher 岩石割り 17.1k 55.8k 262k 2.88M 84.0M Trainer Rank 27 1,327  6,398,007 
  Power Generator はねる発電 32.4k 96.7k 387k 3.43M 92.8M Trainer Rank 32 2,371  6,804,301 
  Forretress Push フォレトス押し 64.0k 179k 626k 4.29M 103M Trainer Rank 38 4,755  7,255,076 
  Poké Ball Smash モンスターボール飛ばし 157k 350k 1.09M 5.70M 115M Trainer Rank 44 9,538  7,768,019 
  Frost Cruncher 氷柱割り 328k 847k 2.42M 9.90M 132M Trainer Rank 50 19,131  8,380,945 
  Soccer Ball Juggle はねるリフティング 696k 1.74M 4.73M 15.7M 155M Trainer Rank 56 38,374  9,172,976 
  Golem Push ゴローニャ押し 1.76M 4.33M 11.2M 32.3M 182M Trainer Rank 62 110,433  13,132,970 
  Soccer Ball Smash サッカーボール飛ばし 3.79M 9.16M 23.2M 60.2M 237M Trainer Rank 68 248,351  15,800,923 
  Steelix Push ハガネール押し 7.76M 18.2M 44.7M 108M 353M Trainer Rank 76 469,854  19,925,388 
  Tackle Machine たいあたりマシーン 15.7M 36.5M 88.2M 205M 511M Trainer Rank 84 909,178  26,184,521 

Friendship Items

When each of these Friendship Items is bought or obtained, the corresponding Pokémon will appear in the pond. When its skill can be used, a light bulb will appear above it, and the player may tap the Pokémon to use its skill. Each Pokémon then requires a certain amount of time to recover before its skill may be used again. The player may spend Support Candies to improve the Pokémon's skill.

Image Pokémon English name Japanese name Skill Recovery time Rank value and cost
1 2 3 4 5
  Pikachu Light Ball でんきだま
Electric Orb
Awards a little JP 1 hour 30 minutes +0%
Beat the Friend League
+10%
1 
+40%
2 
+100%
5 
+200%
7 
Mimikyu Spell Tag のろいのおふだ
Cursed O-fuda
Awards a little JP 1 hour 30 minutes +0%
400 
+10%
1 
+40%
2 
+100%
5 
+770%
78 
Gardevoir Choice Scarf こだわりスカーフ
Fixation Scarf
Grants tons of Coins 6 hours +0%
600 
+40%
8 
+140%
20 
+320%
32 
+520%
45 
  Piplup Mystic Water しんぴのしずく
Mysterious Droplet
Recovers n Training Point(s) 1 hour 30 minutes 1
Beat the Quick League
2
10 
3
12 
  Snorlax Leftovers たべのこし
Leftovers
Provides food (×n) 50 minutes 10
500 
12
4 
15
8 
20
16 
25
21 
  Charizard Charcoal もくたん
Charcoal
Gives a great item 12 hours One random great item
600 
  Greninja Shell Bell かいがらのすず
Shell Bell
Awards lots of JP 5 hours +0%
500 
+40%
6 
+100%
8 
+180%
11 
+280%
20 
  Meowth Amulet Coin おまもりこばん
Amulet Koban
Grants Coins 2 hours 30 minutes +0%
Beat the Great League
+20%
1 
+40%
2 
+100%
5 
+200%
7 
  Slowpoke Damp Rock しめったいわ
Damp Rock
Recovers others' skills 12 hours One random skill
350 
  Litten Flame Plate ひのたまプレート
Fireball Plate
Awards some JP 3 hours 30 minutes +0%
250 
+60%
4 
+210%
10 
+370%
11 
+560%
12 
  Rowlet Meadow Plate みどりのプレート
Verdure Plate
Grants lots of Coins 4 hours +0%
450 
+50%
7 
+140%
10 
+300%
19 
+500%
24 
  Popplio Splash Plate しずくプレート
Waterdrop Plate
Drops sunken treasure 7 hours Random treasure
500 
  Gengar Black Sludge くろいヘドロ
Black Sludge
Boosts JP by 50% for n minutes 11 hours 1 minute
600 
  Eevee Soothe Bell やすらぎのすず
Peace Bell
Guarantees amazing results in the next training session 3 hours 500 
  Bulbasaur Miracle Seed きせきのタネ
Miracle Seed
Recovers a League Play 4 hours Recovers a League Play
Beat the Luxury League
  Mudkip Soft Sand やわらかいすな
Soft Sand
Gives a good item 10 hours One random good item
Beat the Ultra League

Decorations

Image English name Japanese name Description Cost
  Important Sign だいじなかんばん Max food number +1 Given by Mayor Karp while explaining about Decorations
  Shaymin Planter シェイミそう JP from food +14% 250 
  Clefairy Doll ピッピにんぎょう JP from skills +20% 350 
  Cacnea Planter サボネアポツト Skill recovery rate +10% 400 
  Sunflora Bloom キマワリフラワー Coins from events +28% 200 
  Whimsicott Cushion エルフーンクッション Trainer Exp. Points +9% 200 
  Lilligant Doll ドレディアドール Training event rate +6% 450 
  Exeggutor Palm ナッシーツリー Coins from league battles +12% 150 
  Bronze Eevee イーブイどうぞう League event rate +4% 550 
  Lampent Lamp ランプラーランプ Lv. Up Coins +29% 250 
  S.S. Anne Model サントアンヌ号もけい Coins from sunken treasure +68% 450 
  Aegislash Statue ギルガルドオブジェ JP from training +20% 350 
  Parasect Puffball パラセクトダケ JP from events +16% 100 
  Dugtrio Rock ダグトリオロック Lv. Up Coins +32% 350 
  Substitute Plush みがわりぬいぐるみ Max food number +2 300 
  Red Cap 赤いぼうし JP from training +20% Beat the Elite Four League
  Ditto Cushion メタモンクッション Coins: +10% 550  after unlocking in event
  Gold Magikarp Statue 金のコイキング像 Coins received: +12% Beat the Master League
  Octillery Pot オクタンツボ JP from food +10% Beat the Heavy League
  Sudowoodo Bonsai ウソッキー盆栽 Coins from events +29% Beat the Fast League
  Starmie Bubbler スターミーシャワー Skill recovery rate +10% Beat the Heal League

One-time-use items

Image English name Japanese name Description Cost
  Training Soda とっくんソーダ Restores 1 Training Point (Set of 3) 25 
  Power Up パワーアップ Boosts JP gains from training, etc., by 50% for 3 hours 200 
  LP Restore リーグエイド Restores your League Play 25 
  Skill Restore スキルハーブ Restores any Support Pokémon's skill 150 
  Purse of Coins コイン小袋 Number of Coins received is based on Trainer Rank. 100 
  Sack of Coins コイン大袋 Number of Coins received is based on Trainer Rank. 300 
  Mountain of Coins コインのお祭り Number of Coins received is based on Trainer Rank. 800 
  Diamond Miner ダイヤ掘り機 Get 100 Diamonds each day! 2,500 

Other items

  •  Everstone — The player begins the game with one Everstone, which can be cracked and broken by tapping Magikarp in quick succession. When broken, Magikarp can be evolved into Gyarados on reaching Level 20 or higher. This will cause the Magikarp to retire, and a new one must be caught.
  • Pond Booster — After completing the Master League, the Pond Booster will appear in the pond. Its rank can gradually be increased by spending Coins, with each rank boosting JP gains by one percent.

Random encounter events

Most of these events may occur randomly after training or battling. During some of these events, the player has a choice whether to take a risk; if they do, a positive outcome or a negative outcome may occur, and if they decline, they will gain JP for going home and getting some rest.

No. Image Name Unlock condition Occurrence Blurb Possible Outcomes
1   Old Rod
ボロのつりざお
Beat the Fast League After training There's some food right in front of Magikarp! But I've got a sinking feeling about this.
  • JP bonus
  • JP loss
2   Nugget
きんのたま
Available from start After training Don't be shy! I just love sharing my Nuggets! Coins
3   Is It Treasure?
おたからゲット!?
Beat the Quick League After training That's a tempting surprise, but I'm not too sure about taking it.
  • Many coins
  • Retirement
4   Our Eyes Met...
目が合ったら
Beat the Heal League After training Will you dare to meet that suspicious man's eyes? What good could come of it?
  • 1 Support Candy
  • JP loss
5   Out of Nowhere...
天敵はとつぜんに
Beat the Friend League After training There's a Berry tree! Can your Magikarp jump high enough to snag a Berry?
  • Big JP bonus
  • Retirement
6   Idol Riches
町の人気もの!
Beat the Heavy League After training The townspeople want to reward you for training so hard, day after day! Training Soda
7   Massage a Karp
町長マッサージ
Available from start After training Your Magikarp is looking pretty tuckered out. Leave it up to Mayor Karp! 1 Training Point restored
8   Everyone's Hero
みんなのあこがれ
Available from start After winning a battle Gee whiz! I want to raise Magikarp just like yours someday! 1 Training Point restored
9   Roddy Tackle
つりアニキあらわる
Beat the Quick League After winning a battle I never dreamed you'd be able to train up that Magikarp to this level! Coins
10   Unsinkable Magikarp
不屈のコイキング!
Available from start After losing a battle You may have lost, but at least you looked good doing it! 1 Training Point restored
11   Go, Magikarp, Go!
また応援させてくれよ!
Beat the Quick League After losing a battle What a flop! That had to sting, but at least you did your best! Coins
12   All That Glitters
キラキラひかるもの
Beat the Friend League After training This could be your chance for some real treasure! Or some real trash!
  • 7 Diamonds
  • JP loss
13   Jumping Lesson
はねるカセミナー
Beat the Fast League After losing a battle How about it, whiz kid? You wanna check out my special patented training course?
  • JP bonus
  • Coins loss
14   Mystery Drink
あやしい飲みもの?
Beat the Great League After training It'll have you jumping out of your skin! Or scales! Do you want to let Magikarp drink it?
  • All Training Points restored
  • JP loss
15   Magikarp Adrift
まいごのコイキング
Beat the Quick League After training Magikarp wandered off all on its own and got lost.
  • JP bonus
  • JP loss
16   Snoozing with Snorlax
カビゴンとおひるね
Beat the Quick League
Requires Snorlax
After training Snorlax's big belly looks like a dream bed, don't you think? All Training Points restored
17   Tag Battle?
タッグバトル?
Beat the Quick League
Requires Pikachu
After training Magikarp and Pikachu were just out for a harmless walk when... JP bonus
18   Showing off Magikarp
はねるを見せて!
Beat the Luxury League After training Yeah, Magikarp! Show me your best jump! 1 Training Point restored
19   Sage Advice
せんぱいアドバイス
Beat the Great League After losing a battle When you were feeling down from a loss, a veteran Magikarp showed up before you! JP Bonus
20   Trade for Gyarados
ギャラドスと交換!?
Beat the Luxury League After training Won't you trade your Magikarp for my Gyarados here? JP bonus
21   Lost Luvdisc
はぐれラブカス
Beat the Fast League After training You found a Luvdisc that got separated from its school! 4 Diamonds
22   Easygoing Slowpoke
のんびりヤドン
Beat the Heavy League
Requires Slowpoke
After training You met a Slowpoke on your way home! Restores a League Play
23   Watch and Learn
とっくんの見学!
Beat the Fast League After training That's AWE-SOME! Your Magikarp trains this hard?! 1 Training Point restored
24   Slacker Magikarp
おさぼりコイキング
Beat the Quick League After training Magikarp just doesn't seem to be putting its all into training today.
  • All Training Points restored
  • JP loss
25   Macho Karp
そ、そだてやさん!?
Beat the Great League After losing a battle We'll use the power of science to draw forth its full potential!
  • +1 Magikarp's Max Level
  • Retirement
26   Fan Mail
ファンレター
Beat the Fast League After winning a battle Looks like there's a fan letter here with your name on it. LP Restore
27   A Challenge
果たし状
Beat the Great League After training You got a letter from your next opponent in the league. JP bonus
28   Many Wise Words
町長のウンチク
Beat the Great League After training Did you know? Male Magikarp and female Magikarp have different colored whiskers. Nothing happens
29   Research Money
支援金
Beat the Heal League After winning a battle Even the head of the Pokémon Research Lab is getting behind you! Coins
30   The Fun Way Home
ゆかいな帰り道
Beat the Ultra League
Requires Mudkip
After training Have a swimming good time heading back home with Piplup! Restores all Support Pokémon's skills
31   Cheap, Cheap!
安いよ安いよ!
Beat the Ultra League After training This is your lucky chance for a real deal! Or is it a real...steal?
  • Training Soda
  • Coins loss
32   Name Rater
せいめいはんだん
Available from start After training It's the cutting-edge in name-rating technology! 3 Diamonds
33   Say Cheese!
カシャッとな
Beat the Quick League After training That was a fine bit of training! Mind if I take your picture? Restores 1 Support Pokémon's skill
34   500 Coins?!
500コイン!?
Beat the Great League After losing a battle I'll let you have a swell, super jumper of a Magikarp for just 500 Coins! JP bonus
35   Dumpster Diver
ガサゴソ…
Beat the Elite Four League After training What's this? Was this big trash can always here?
  • Skill Restore
  • JP Loss
36   A Mysterious Feather
ナゾのはね
Beat the Ultra League After training Oooh, look! A feather came drifting down...
  • Big JP bonus
  • JP loss
37   Let's Be Friends
友達になろう
Beat the Quick League
Requires Mimikyu
After training Wh-what was that? Someone...or something... is rustling about in the woods...
  • Power Up
  • JP loss
38   Is It Feebas?
ヒンバスと出会った!
Available from start During feeding You got a boost of power from Feebas! We feeble few have to stick together! JP bonus
39   Food Fever
たべものプィーバー
Available from start During feeding Manaphy's mysterious power has summoned all sorts of Pokémon! Food
40   Be Gone!
タ、タチサレ!?
??? After training Be gone... Intruders. +1 Magikarp's Max Level
41   Hop, Skip & Whump!
はねたところを…
??? During feeding Jump without thinking, and Pidgeotto may get you! Retirement
42   You're No Magikarp!
コイキングがいい!
??? During fishing Because why would you ever want anything but Magikarp? Ha! 1 Skill Restore
43   You Can Do It!
どんなときも…!
??? After losing three battles in a row Your Magikarp has lost three times in a row! 3 LP Restores
44   Adios, Gyarados!
ばいばいギャラドス!
??? During feeding Uh, congrats? Your Magikarp evolved into Gyarados! Retirement
45   Let's Push It!
ポチッとな
??? In the Town Hey! You found a hidden switch?! Let's push it! 1 Skill Restore
46   Transforming Magikarp
へんしんコイキング
??? During fishing You fished up a Magikarp! Probably... Unlocks Ditto Cushion

Themes

Image English name Japanese name Description Unlock
  Forest Lagoon グリーンパーク A soothing pond rich in greenery, even in the water. Beat the Friend League
  Mountain Stream ゆきみやま A cool pond perfect for soothing a body flushed from hard training. Beat the Quick League
  Hot Springs ポカおんせん A delightfully warm pond that begs to be climbed into with friends. Beat the Great League
  Red Rock レッドオーシャン A pro's pond, where one can train hard in harsh conditions. Beat the Ultra League
  Robo Lab ホップけんきゅうじょ A pond that offers 24-hour support with the latest technology. Beat the Master League
  Starter Pond はじめのいけす A basic pond that is laid-back and simple. Available from start
  Swampy Jungle ザジャングル A rough-looking pond that feels like a wild environment. Beat the Heal League
  Dank Theme くろのどうくつ A pond that's just a bit dark and scary for a cowardly Magikarp. Beat the Luxury League

Achievements

Image Name Mastery Level Requirement and Reward
1 2 3 4 5
  Number of Logins 3
  × 25
7
  × 25
14
  × 25
30
  × 25
70
  × 50
  Times Fed 80
  × 11
200
  × 20
2,200
  × 150
8,000
  × 1,700
18,000
  × 36,000
  Times Trained 5
  × 11
30
  × 30
200
  × 150
600
  × 2,100
1300
  × 43,000
  Events Discovered 3
  × 5
10
  × 5
17
  × 5
26
  × 5
39
  × 5
  Patterns Collected 2
  × 5
5
  × 5
10
  × 5
18
  × 5
29
  × 5
  Magikarp Fished 3
  × 5
10
  × 5
40
  × 5
90
  × 5
190
  × 5
  Social Media Shares 3
  × 5
10
  × 5
20
  × 5
50
  × 5
100
  × 5
  Number of Skill Uses 3
  × 5
20
  × 5
100
  × 5
300
  × 5
800
  × 5
  League Victories 4
  × 11
30
  × 30
100
  × 230
330
  × 2,100
700
  × 43,000
  Decorations Collected 3
  × 1
6
  × 1
9
  × 2
12
  × 3
16
  × 4
  Items Used 5
  × 1
20
  × 1
40
  × 1
80
  × 2
180
  × 3
  Magikarp Retired at Max Lv. 1
  × 11
2
  × 30
10
  × 230
30
  × 2,100
80
  × 43,000
  Magikarp Forced to Retire 1
  × 5
4
  × 5
12
  × 5
25
  × 5
70
  × 5

Shop

Specialty Shop

Item US Canada Eurozone UK Australia Japan Hong Kong Taiwan
Small Pack: 100 Diamonds, 100 Exchange Tickets, 3 LP Restores, and 3 Training Sodas
Limited-time bundle available for 72 hours from launch
$0.99 $1.39 €1.09 £0.99 $1.49 ¥120 $8.00 $30
Large Pack: 250 Diamonds, 250 Exchange Tickets, 3 Skills Restores, and 2 Power Ups
Limited-time bundle available for 72 hours from launch
$4.99 $6.99 €5.49 £4.99 $7.99 ¥600 $38.00 $150
50 Diamonds + 50 Exchange Tickets $0.99 $1.39 €1.09 £0.99 $1.49 ¥120 $8.00 $30
250 Diamonds + 250 Exchange Tickets $4.99 $6.99 €5.49 £4.99 $7.99 ¥600 $38.00 $150
550 Diamonds + 550 Exchange Tickets $9.99 $13.99 €10.99 £9.99 $14.99 ¥1,200 $78.00 $300
1200 Diamonds + 1200 Exchange Tickets $19.99 $27.99 €21.99 £19.99 $30.99 ¥2,400 $158.00 $590
2150 Diamonds + 2150 Exchange Tickets $34.99 $47.99 €38.99 £33.99 $54.99 ¥4,200 $278.00 $1,050

Exchange Office

A limit of 5000 Diamonds can be purchased.

Item Cost
Training Soda × 5 500 Exchange Tickets
LP Restore × 3 500 Exchange Tickets
Power Up × 1 500 Exchange Tickets
Sack of Coins × 1 500 Exchange Tickets
Diamond Miner 500 Exchange Tickets
Purse of Coins ×1 500 Exchange Tickets
Purse of Coins × 1 500 Exchange Tickets
Purse of Coins × 1 500 Exchange Tickets
Purse of Coins × 1 500 Exchange Tickets
Purse of Coins × 1 500 Exchange Tickets

Trainer Tips

  • You can check the special effects you're getting from your Decorations by checking the Status section in your Records.
  • The effects of any Decorations you've gotten will always be active—even if they aren't placed in your pond!
  • You can make a backup of your data just in case the worst should happen. Then you can continue your game, even on another device!
  • There are lots of random encounters waiting for you! Whether they'll be good or bad, well, that's where the random part comes in!
  • Support Pokémon might show up to cheer you on in league battles. Your Magikarp's JP will get a temporary boost.
  • If you increase the rank of your food items or training regimens to a certain point, you can get Support Candies as an extra bonus!
  • A Magikarp's pattern becomes clear when it has grown about two-thirds of the way to its max level!
  • Be sure to raise your Magikarp to its max level! Then you'll get a Motivation Bonus when it retires!

Staff

Main article: Staff of Pokémon: Magikarp Jump

Version history

iOS

Version Release date Official note Changes
1.0 May 16, 2017 N/A
  • Initial release
1.0.1 May 23, 2017
  • Magikarp Jump is now available to download in your region!
  • The Language menu was added
1.0.2 May 26, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Minor bug fixes
1.0.3 May 31, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
  • A bug that caused the player to get Diamonds and a Support Candy for winning the final battle in Expert League 3 multiple times was fixed
  • Other minor bug fixes
1.1.0 June 9, 2017
  • You can now challenge the Heal League!
  • You can now fish up new patterns of Magikarp!
  • New events have been added!
  • New Friendship Items and Decorations have been added to the Diamond Shop!
  • New league: Heal League
  • New Magikarp patterns: Apricot Patterns and Brown Patterns
  • New events: "Our Eyes Met..." and "Research Money"
  • New Friendship Items: Shell Bell and Black Sludge
  • New Decorations: Lilligant Doll and Starmie Bubbler
  • New types of food: Shalour Sable and Lumiose Galette
  • New training regimens: Frost Cruncher and Soccer Ball Juggle
  • New theme: Swampy Jungle
  • Motivation Bonus: Limit increased to 950% from 600%
  • Trainer Rank: Limit increased to 63 from 51
1.2.0 June 30, 2017
  • You can now challenge the Ultra League!
  • You can now fish up new patterns of Magikarp!
  • New events have been added!
  • New Friendship Items and Decorations have been added to the Diamond Shop!
  • Improved skipping function for scenes
  • New league: Ultra League
  • New Magikarp patterns: White Patterns and Black Patterns
  • New events: "The Fun Way Home", "Cheap, Cheap!", "Name Rater", and "Let's Push It!"
  • New Friendship Items: Soothe Bell and Soft Sand
  • New Decoration: Clefairy Doll
  • New types of food: Casteliacone and Magikarp Biscuit
  • New training regimens: Golem Push and Soccer Ball Smash
  • New theme: Red Rock
  • Motivation Bonus: Limit increased to 1,250% from 950%
  • Trainer Rank: Limit increased to 79 from 63
  • Decoration "Sunflora Bunch" renamed to "Sunflora Bloom"
  • Achievement "Events Triggered" renamed to "Events Discovered"
  • Skip function for Training added
  • Skip function for Random Encounter events added
  • No message of regaining a League Play after winning a battle
  • Text sped up
1.2.1 July 19, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
  • A bug that caused the player to be unable to backup their data to move to another device was fixed
1.2.2 July 20, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
  • A bug that caused the pond and training session to have graphical glitches was fixed
1.3.0 August 15, 2017
  • You can now challenge the final league!
  • New features to enjoy playing even after the ending!
  • New random events have been added!
  • New friendship items and decorations added to the Diamond Shop!
  • Simplified Chinese now available as a language choice!
  • New league: Elite Four League and Master League
  • Extra Leagues removed
  • New Magikarp patterns: Blue and Violet Patterns
  • New events: "Say Cheese!", "500 Coins?!", "Dumpster Diver", "A Mysterious Feather", "Let's Be Friends", and "Transforming Magikarp"
  • New Friendship Items: Spell Tag and Choice Scarf
  • New Decoration: Cacnea Planter, Dugtrio Rock, Red Cap, Ditto Cushion, and Gold Magikarp Statue
  • New types of food: Old Gateau and Big Malasada
  • New training regimens: Steelix Push and Tackle Machine
  • New theme: Robo Lab
  • Has-Been Basin consisting of retired Magikarp and Pond Booster added as part of post-game
  • Motivation Bonus: Limit increased to 2,000% from 1,250%
  • Trainer Rank: Limit increased to 100 from 79
1.3.2 September 15, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Clear cache function added
  • Skip function for scenes after completing the Master League added
1.3.3 November 15, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Terms of Use/Privacy Policy changed
1.3.4 December 4, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
1.3.5 May 25, 2018 Due to Facebook discontinuing their ranking services, the friend ranking feature in this application is no longer supported.
1.3.6 October 10, 2018 You can now trade in your Exchange Tickets for items in the Exchange Office even when you are offline!
1.3.61 October 16, 2018
  • 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!
1.3.80 November 12, 2020
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements

Android

Version Release date Official note Changes
1.0.1 May 23, 2017
  • Magikarp Jump is now available to download in your region!
  • The Language menu was added
1.0.2 May 26, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Minor bug fixes
1.0.3 May 30, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
  • A bug that caused the player to get Diamonds and a Support Candy for winning the final battle in Expert League 3 multiple times was fixed
  • Other minor bug fixes
1.1.0 June 8, 2017
  • You can now challenge the Heal League!
  • You can now fish up new patterns of Magikarp!
  • New events have been added!
  • New Friendship Items and Decorations have been added to the Diamond Shop!
  • New league: Heal League
  • New Magikarp patterns: Apricot Patterns and Brown Patterns
  • New events: "Our Eyes Met..." and "Research Money"
  • New Friendship Items: Shell Bell and Black Sludge
  • New Decorations: Lilligant Doll and Starmie Bubbler
  • New types of food: Shalour Sable and Lumiose Galette
  • New training regimens: Frost Cruncher and Soccer Ball Juggle
  • New theme: Swampy Jungle
  • Motivation Bonus: Limit increased to 950% from 600%
  • Trainer Rank: Limit increased to 63 from 51
1.2.0 June 30, 2017
  • You can now challenge the Ultra League!
  • You can now fish up new patterns of Magikarp!
  • New events have been added!
  • New Friendship Items and Decorations have been added to the Diamond Shop!
  • Improved skipping function for scenes
  • New league: Ultra League
  • New Magikarp patterns: White Patterns and Black Patterns
  • New events: "The Fun Way Home", "Cheap, Cheap!", "Name Rater", and "Let's Push It!"
  • New Friendship Items: Soothe Bell and Soft Sand
  • New Decoration: Clefairy Doll
  • New types of food: Casteliacone and Magikarp Biscuit
  • New training regimens: Golem Push and Soccer Ball Smash
  • New theme: Red Rock
  • Motivation Bonus: Limit increased to 1,250% from 950%
  • Trainer Rank: Limit increased to 79 from 63
  • Decoration "Sunflora Bunch" renamed to "Sunflora Bloom"
  • Achievement "Events Triggered" renamed to "Events Discovered"
  • Skip function for Training added
  • Skip function for Random Encounter events added
  • No message of regaining a League Play after winning a battle
  • Text sped up
1.2.1 July 6, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
  • A bug that caused the player to be unable to backup their data to move to another device was fixed
1.2.2 July 6, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
  • A bug that caused the pond and training session to have graphical glitches was fixed
1.3.0 August 14, 2017
  • You can now challenge the final league!
  • New features to enjoy playing even after the ending!
  • New random events have been added!
  • New friendship items and decorations added to the Diamond Shop!
  • Simplified Chinese now available as a language choice!
  • New league: Elite Four League and Master League
  • Extra Leagues removed
  • New Magikarp patterns: Blue and Violet Patterns
  • New events: "Say Cheese!", "500 Coins?!", "Dumpster Diver", "A Mysterious Feather", "Let's Be Friends", and "Transforming Magikarp"
  • New Friendship Items: Spell Tag and Choice Scarf
  • New Decoration: Cacnea Planter, Dugtrio Rock, Red Cap, Ditto Cushion, and Gold Magikarp Statue
  • New types of food: Old Gateau and Big Malasada
  • New training regimens: Steelix Push and Tackle Machine
  • New theme: Robo Lab
  • Has-Been Basin consisting of retired Magikarp and Pond Booster added as part of post-game
  • Motivation Bonus: Limit increased to 2,000% from 1,250%
  • Trainer Rank: Limit increased to 100 from 79
1.3.2 September 15, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Clear cache function added
  • Skip function for scenes after completing the Master League added
1.3.3 November 15, 2017
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Terms of Use/Privacy Policy changed
1.3.5 May 25, 2018 Due to Facebook discontinuing their ranking services, the friend ranking feature in this application is no longer supported.
1.3.6 October 10, 2018 You can now trade in your Exchange Tickets for items in the Exchange Office even when you are offline!
1.3.7 July 11, 2019
  • Updated to support 64-bit devices
  • Fixed issues that prevented the app from being opened on certain devices
  • Fixed issues that prevented the user agreement from being displayed on certain devices
1.3.8 November 11, 2020
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements

Compatibility

The game can be played on:[1]

Release

Date Locations
May 17, 2017 Italy (iOS only)
May 23, 2017 Brunei, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam
May 24, 2017 Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru, United States, Venezuela
May 25, 2017 Australia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom

Gallery

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 跳躍吧!鯉魚王 Tiuyeuhkbah! Léihyùhwohng
Mandarin 跳躍吧!鯉魚王 / 跳跃吧!鲤鱼王 Tiàoyuèba! Lǐyúwáng
  French Pokémon : Magicarpe Jump
  German Pokémon: Karpador Jump
  Italian Pokémon: Magikarp Jump
  Korean 튀어올라라! 잉어킹 Twieoollara! Ingeoking
  Spanish Pokémon: Magikarp Jump


Trivia

  • The first eight Leagues are named after Poké Balls.
  • The Magikarp Biscuit appears to be based on taiyaki.
  • The number "129" on the Jump Counter is Magikarp's number in the National Pokédex.
  • The Jump Counter training option resembles one of the Pokémon Stadium mini-games, Magikarp's Splash.
  • Despite the two-thirds claim in one Trainer Tip, a Magikarp's pattern does not become clear until reaching three-fourths of its max level.
  • Although the Starmie Bubbler decoration was only added in version 1.1.0, it could be seen on the Decorations section, on the How to Play setting, since version 1.0.
  • Although it is far past the amount required to beat the final opponent, the game will switch the prefix to T if player reaches 1000G.
  • Many of the Magikarp in the game resemble real-life types of koi. For example, the "Orange Forehead" Magikarp resembles the Tanchō type; The "Calico Orange/Gold" Magikap resembles the Matsuba type; The "Calico Orange/White/Black" Magikarp resembles the Showa type; and the "Calico Orange/white" and "Calico White/orange" Magikarp resemble the Kōhaku type of koi.

See also

External links

References


SNES: Picross NP Vol. 1
Game Boy Color: Pokémon Picross (canceled)
Nintendo DS: Pokémon DashLearn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure
Pokémon ConquestPokéPark: Fishing Rally DS
Nintendo 3DS: Pokédex 3D (Pro) • HarmoKnightPokémon Art Academy
The Thieves and the 1000 PokémonPokémon ShufflePokémon Picross
Detective PikachuNintendo Badge Arcade
Wii U: Pokkén Tournament
Nintendo Switch: Pokkén Tournament DXPokémon QuestPokémon Café MixPokémon UNITE
PC: Pokémon Project Studio Red and BluePokéROMs
Pokémon Masters ArenaPokémon PC MasterPokémon Team Turbo
Pokémon Team Rocket Blast OffPokémon Poké Ball LauncherPokémon Seek & Find
Pokémon Card Game OnlinePokémon Medallion BattlePokémon Tower Battle
Mobile: PokématePokémon Say Tap?Pokédex for iOSPokémon TVCamp PokémonPokémon Jukebox
Pokémon Shuffle MobileDancing? Pokémon BandPokémon Photo BoothPokémon Duel
Pokémon: Magikarp JumpPokémon PlayhousePokémon QuestPokémon PassPokémon Masters EX
Pokémon Wave HelloPokémon SleepPokémon SmilePokémon Café MixPokémon UNITE
Smart speakers: Pikachu Talk
Arcade: Dance! PikachuPikachu's Great Surfing AdventurePokémon: Crayon Kids
Pokémon: Wobbuffet Fell Down!Pokémon Get Round and Round
Pokémon Tug of War Tournament: Absolutely Get Medal!Pokémon Medal World
Pokémon Card Game GachaPokémon: Battle NinePokkén Tournament
Sega Pico: Pokémon: Catch the Numbers!
Pokémon Advanced Generation: I've Begun Hiragana and Katakana!
Pokémon Advanced Generation: Pico for Everyone Pokémon Loud Battle!
Advanced Pico Beena: Pokémon Advanced Generation: Pokémon Number Battle!
Intellectual Training Drill Pokémon Diamond & Pearl: Letter and Number Intelligence Game
Pokémon Diamond & Pearl: Search for Pokémon! Adventure in the Maze!
Pokémon Best Wishes: Intelligence Training Pokémon Big Sports Meet!
Tech demos: Pikachu: DS Tech Demo
Self-contained: Pokémon PikachuPokémon Pikachu 2 GSPokémon Poké BallCyber Poké Ball
Cyber PokédexCyclone 2Digital Poké Ball D & PElectronic Hand-Held Yahtzee
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