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Rick and Morty: Pocket Mortys

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Price
Free
Category
Games & Entertainment & Adventure & Role Playing
Last Update
Dec 10, 2019
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6 276

Avg rating,
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⭐4.4

Description

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The #1 multi-dimensional grandson fighting simulator in the galaxy is back and better than ever!<br><br>You’re Rick Sanchez, everyone’s favorite unstable genius. You’re yelling at Morty in your garage when a Mysterious Rick pops out of a portal and ruins your life. He traps you in an unfamiliar dimension where you discover that Morty collecting and fighting is the hottest new trend in the multiverse! Some more stuff happens and long story short the Council of Ricks takes your portal gun. Now you have to defeat Ricks across the multiverse and collect badges to get it back. <br><br>Good thing there are hundreds of versions of your grandson you can capture, train, and evolve! Stack your Morty deck with strong and diverse Mortys and travel dimensions to take down Rick after Rick for your Portal Gun and your freedom.<br><br>Insane Morty-based action:<br>• 300+ unique and bizarre Mortys. We got Cronenberg Morty, Pickle Morty, Car Morty, and more. <br>• Train, combine, and evolve Mortys to create your perfect Morty Deck.<br>• Battle & trade Mortys with your friends & enemies in multiplayer.<br>• Sustainably sourced Morty sounds.<br>• Let’s get these Mortys!<br><br>Other non-Morty related stuff to do:<br>• Battle for your freedom across the multiverse in Campaign.<br>• Fight your way through multi-tiered challenges in the Morty games.<br>• Craft items, complete side quests, or make investments to increase your wealth.<br>• Lots of characters and references and whatever from that show you like.<br>• Hours of distraction from your futile existence.<br><br>Follow Us:<br>Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/adultswimgames<br>Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/adultswimgames<br>Our Website - http://www.games.adultswim.com<br><br>Ad Choices: policies.warnerbros.com/privacy/en-us/#adchoice <br> <br>Terms of Use: policies.warnerbros.com/terms/en-us <br> <br>Do Not Sell My Personal Information: privacycenter.wb.com/donotsell<br><br>The Terms of Use for this app includes arbitration for disputes – see http://www.adultswim.com/footer/legal/terms-of-use.html

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tarlew
Jun 28, 2018

I love this game, the concept and long term strategy thinking skills required for the game but after I stopped playing for a little I noticed some changes. First of all the shop where you can buy items and ricks no longer has the option to watch a ad and get free currency. This wouldn’t bother me a lot if the game hadn’t also changed things to where the buying Morty’s was way more expensive. I understand that with a game the goal is to make profit but it just seems that the prices are getting ridiculous. And those two things together bother me not separate it’s mostly the fact that just the game is more expensive to play now if your interested and getting places faster I have no problem spending like $5 total but now the cheapest option on the Morty machine is $4 which is kinda expensive I think but other than that this game is awesome and I enjoy playing it, the only reason I didn’t give 5 stars is because of the fact that I think the prices have changed in a way that is to expensive even for a game enthusiast such as myself and I have spent $10 on a game but it got me a lot more stuff than what this game gets you for your money. In conclusion I think spending $4 should be worth more than the lowest purchase item I think there should be a .99$ thing for 5 tickets not FOUR DOLLARS!

Toatss
Dec 23, 2017

I love this game and every aspect of it. Even though it is pleasingly simple, you still have to be somewhat strategic about how you go about the battles and how you venture through the other dimensions. Sticking to walls helps you avoid trainers you may not be ready for, look at the kind of Mortys that they have, then adjust your deck and heal your Mortys depending on the Morty types you’re going to have to deal with. Memorizing what Mortys are which type is an extremely helpful thing to do. This game is addictive and it’s a good game to just relax and play. Although, I do have two big issues with the battling: the accuracy rates and the enemy getting to hit you twice all the time. My moves barely hit the other Mortys already, I don’t need them to use accuracy-depleting moves to make my accuracy even worse! At the same time, the other Mortys will constantly hit you, with barely any missed moves. And for some reason they constantly get two hits in a row, while you never get that unless they happen to use a health serum. Even when you paralyze them they’ll hit you three times before they actually get stopped for once. It’s pretty ridiculous, and enough to be extremely irritating when it comes to battles. Other than that; addicting, fun game! I just wish that small part of the battles was changed.

Ace_cobra17
Sep 30, 2017

At first this game was cool then you get to multiplayer where you gatta lvl up to 10 to first travel around other places then end up seeing the same Marty's and even with the leveling up you have to play other players and all they do is just switch out and heal wich makes this game boring over time I only had it for two days that should tell the creators how dumb the attributes on this games is because now all you have is players that just keep switching in and out making what a 3 minute battle should be turn into 45 minutes,creators take away the attributes makes the game so stupid and hard to do anything when players just keep switching in and out to stall your team out until you have nothing to heal them with, then there's no type of match making or match ranking a lvl 10 came up to me while I was lvl 3 and this player had lvl 30 what am I supposed to do when they have 5 mortys and I only have 2 fix the multiplayer with users using items make it so that there's an option to use items or not for battles and give it a ranking system the you'll know how to make a good game. Ps take out the attributes as well .

i_dont_like_apple_
Aug 23, 2018

I love the graphics and the whole idea; however there are a few things I struggle to like. The fact that you can not run from a training battle makes getting the badges a lot more rigorous. This would not be a problem if you could afford/collect enough materials to keep your Morty’s alive. One all Mort’s are dazed you have to restart badge mission over again, highly inconvenient when about 4-6 challengers are waiting with about 3-6 Morty’s. Winning each challenge against the foe would be simple enough with strategy; thus bringing me to my next point, this is almost impossible when collected items for Morty’s HP/AP, building materials and such that are collected prior are lost if all Morty’s are dazed. It’s a long and complicated loop of crap that makes the game predictable. One round you win, one round you die and return home, to then go back and win a round and lose the next. And I worked so hard to complete the first mission... just to unlock Morty’s games and... to my surprise more fighting, while using rental Morty’s..... it’s similar to Pokémon from nentendo 64 but there is not a clear point and often enough rewards to make me want to keep playing it. And my final conclusion, I will be deleting this app after having it for several months. Quite aggravating, and pointless.

Generic Nickname #24601
Jan 18, 2018

The recent “rebalance” of the multiplayer game has killed any fun of Pocket Mortys. Yeah, the trainer battles could go on forever, but putting the limits on using items and changing How switches worked (where hits took effect BEFORE switches took place) were all that were needed. Instead, they decided to collapse the game’s internal economy by essentially giving players less than 10% of the currency they used to earn while keeping prices of items at the same level, making things that much more expensive. What this effects really is not serums and such; it drains one’s ability to buy manipulator chips to collect new Mortys, which is the real fun of the game. Fighting wild Mortys no longer provides cash, nor does is help level up Mortys. Soon one is constantly scrambling for materials for chips. The only way to earn cash is either crates, Mr. Meeseeks, or the more difficult battles. Now it’s a constant fight to earn money, like a hand-to-mouth, paycheck-to-paycheck life. “That’s the Morty I need - I haven’t seen one for a week! Oh, no! I don’t have a Morty Manipulator Chip! I’m out of Flurbos! I haven’t seen any Turbulent Juice for hours!” It’s just not fun now. It’s now more like... real life. No, thank you.

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About Rick and Morty: Pocket Mortys

Developed by [adult swim].

Rick and Morty: Pocket Mortys is ranking in   Games & Entertainment & Adventure & Role Playing

Last update was at Dec 10, 2019and the current version is 2.12.3.

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Rick and Morty: Pocket Mortys have a 6 276a user reviews.

Rick and Morty: Pocket Mortys was released in the App Store. It is developed by [adult swim], who have also released the following apps.

Rick and Morty: Pocket Mortys has 6 276 user reviews.​

Rick and Morty: Pocket Mortys has an average rating of 4.4. ​The latest version of Rick and Morty: Pocket Mortys 2.12.3​ ​​was ​released on Dec 10, 2019​.

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