Becoming a Magikarp Jump master

Magikarp Jump! is here! This is a free Pokemon spin-off for Android and iOS devices. Your goal is to raise Magikarps one after another, trying to help them flail their way to fame. Each fish goes through various leagues, trying to jump higher than other Magikarps. Between such attempts, you need to try and raise your partners as well as you can. To help you out, I’ve gathered some information you should keep in mind on your way to making Magikarp history.

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Where did Kemono Friends begin?

Kemono Friends is an anime that is taking the internet by storm. People are captivated by the cavorting of a young girl named Kaban and her various animal Friends in the Japari wildlife park. Said Friends being animal and human hybrids. This slice-of-life series has a sense of innocence and charm that tends to captivate people. But, this isn’t some show that got its start as a manga and exploded. Rather, it began its life as a game.

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Shall We Date? Princess Arthur shows it isn’t gung-ho about girl power

There are games that glorify girl power. Otome games are quite good at such things, particularly Idea Factory Otomate titles. Sweet Fuse: At Your Side, Norn9: Var Commons and Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth are three that put forward heroines who can grow into quite formidable and strong women. Which makes it more than a little odd that Shall We Date? Princess Arthur, a visual novel that replaces King Arthur with a young woman who’ll head Camelot instead, is reluctant about having a strong heroine.

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Final Fantasy Tactics series’ job systems beautifully intertwine

Final Fantasy Tactics is a gorgeously intricate game. It’s not only one of the best installments in the Final Fantasy series, but one of the best tactical titles ever released. It’s a beautiful game. But, it isn’t just the graphics and storyline that are so impressive. Even the job system is delicately designed in such a way that, while it may seem complex and intimidating, is pretty in its own right.

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