|Developer:||Big Pixel Studios|
|Release date:||13 January 2016|
Throughout the game, the player controls Rick. The game starts in Rick's garage when Mysterious Rick enters through a portal and challenges the player to a Morty Battle. After defeating him, the player must exit through a portal that takes them to the Council of Ricks, where their portal gun is confiscated. To get it back, the player must defeat the six head Ricks. In order to fight them, the player must first fight Ricks from other dimensions and acquire their badges. After the player defeats them, the last council member turns out to be replaced by Mysterious Rick, who has captured the entire council. After the player defeats him, they will have the goal to catch (capture) each type of Morty.
The concept of the game was taken from the popular "Pokémon" (Pocket Monster) franchise. The object of the game is to collect Mortys, battle others (mainly Ricks), and earn badges.
Badges are awarded for defeating Ricks, and are the primary indicator of progress within the game.
Morty Day Care
A maximum of five Mortys can follow Rick at any time. Any other Mortys in the player's possession will be stored in Morty Day Care. Here, Mortys that are the same (e.g. two Blue Shirt Mortys) can be combined. This will "evolve" them into a new version (e.g. Red Shirt Morty). The level of the new Morty will be determined by the levels of the two Mortys combined.
Bootcamp was added to Morty Day Care in the 1.6 update. Three bootcamps are available:
- Level 10+ awards ~350 XP and lasts 24 hours
- Level 25+ awards ~2000 XP and lasts 48 hours
- Level 50+ awards ~7000 XP and lasts 72 hours
- See: Morty Games
The Morty Games is an expansion in the game with update 1.4. The Morty Games adds further story to the game through a series of battle events. At the end of each event one of the prizes is a Morty unavailable anywhere else in the game.
List of Mortys
- Main article: List of Mortys (Pocket Mortys)
The Mortys are broken up into three categories: "rock," "paper," and "scissors." Rock has an advantage over scissors, scissors over paper, and paper over rock. Which is based over the zero-sum hand game Rock–paper–scissors. There are only three exceptions who are not categorized in any type: Morty (the one the player starts off with), Morticia, and Cronenberg Morty.
The Morty the player starts off with has a random dimension designation, so theoretically, every player is playing in a different universe.
List of trainers and NPCs
- Main article: List of Pocket Mortys trainers and NPCs
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While at the Citadel of Ricks, certain NPCs will appear with question marks over their heads. If you talk to them, they will make a vague request for a craftable item. The player then has to determine what item the NPC wants, craft it, and give it to them. Quests carry over between visits to alternate dimensions, and most quests only become available after the player has received a certain number of trophies.
Items and crafting recipes
- See: Crafting Stations
- Blips and Chitz Coupon
- Bacteria Cell
- Circuit Board
- Courier Flap
- Morty Manipulator Chip
- Morty Token
- Mr Meeseeks Box
- Great Serum
- Sensational Serum
- Pure Serum
- Plutonic Rock
- Pure Plutonic Rock
- Pure Halzinger
- Level Up Mega Seed
- Attack Mega Seed
- Defense Mega Seed
- Speed Mega Seed
- Supercharged Battery
- Pure Curum
- Paralyze Cure
- Poison Cure
- Microverse Battery
- Purified Fleeb
- Mutant Bacteria Cell
- Dark Energy Ball
- Dark Matter Ball
- Dog Collar
- Love Potion
- Butter Robot
- Gwendolyn Doll
- Time Crystal
- Time-Stabilizing Collar
- Tin Can
- Turbulent Juice Tube
- Interdimensional Cable Box
- Neutrino Bomb
- Interdimensional Goggles
- IQ Enhancing Helmet
- Roy VR Headset
- Main article: List of Pocket Mortys music
- 8-Bit version of "Do You Feel It?" By Chaos Chaos.
- Guitar riff from "Let Me Out" by Tiny Rick.
- 8-Bit version of the Rick and Morty Theme Song.
- 8-Bit version of "Get Schwifty" by Rick and Morty.
- 8-Bit version of "Head Bent Over" by Rick and Morty.
- 8-Bit version of "Goodbye Moonmen" by Fart.
Big Pixel Studios
- Producer - David Burpitt
- Arist - James T Harkins
- Programmer - Jonathan Chisholm
Rick and Morty
- Voices and Show Co-Creator - Justin Roiland
- Voices and Show Co-Creator - Dan Harmon
- Voice Recording and Producting - Dustin Marshall
Adult Swim Games
- VP of Games - Jeff Olsen
- Director of Production - Liz Pate
- Senior Games Producer - Chris Johnston
- Poject Manager - Elizabeth Murphy
- QA Lead - Jacob Paul
- Production Assitant - Megan Fausti
- Product Marketing Manager - Sean Baptiste
- Writer - Brandom Kraemer
- Product Manager - Steve Gee
- Senior Interactive Designer - Jeff Krichmar
- Senior Applications Developer - Zo Douglass
- "Bubble Gum Rick" resembles Ash Ketchum from Pokémon.
- "Blips and Chitz" was originally misspelled as "Blitz and Chitz." This was corrected in an update.