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Pocket Card Jockey

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Pocket Card Jockey
ソリティ馬
SolitiBa
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Developer(s): Game Freak
Publisher(s): WW: Nintendo
JP: Game Freak
Platform: Nintendo 3DS, iOS, Android
Category: Strategy
Players: 1
Predecessor: N/A
Successor: N/A
Copyrights: N/A
Release dates
N. America:

May 5, 2016

Japan:

July 31, 2013

Europe:

May 5, 2016

Australia:

May 6, 2016

S. Korea:

November 9, 2016[1]

Ratings
ACB:

G

CERO:

A

ESRB:

E10+

GRB:

A

PEGI:

3

USK:

0

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Pocket Card Jockey is a downloadable game produced by Game Freak for the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS. Originally released in Japan in July 2013, the Nintendo 3DS version of the game was released in North America and PAL regions in May 2016. A mobile version of the game was also released in Japan for iOS and Android devices, making it Game Freak's first release for smart devices.

Blurb[edit]

Nintendo website[edit]

3, 2, 1… Go!

Stack cards like it's a race to the finish. And it is! In this fast-paced mash-up of solitaire and horse racing, you'll jockey your way to victory by clearing cards to energize your horse. You can even level up your noble steed through strategic positioning on the track. Can you master solitaire and horseback racing…at the same time?!

After you get a dozen races under your belt, you can retire your horse—a sad moment for any jockey. However! You can relocate your horse to your very own farm and pair them with other retired horses to breed new ponies...that are completely adorable! Eventually these babies will pony up by maturing into horses that you can ride in competitions for prizes. You can then get items at Chirp's shop, such as puzzle pieces or temporary bonuses. After completing certain puzzles, your horse will gain even more stats when leveling up. That’s some next-level jockeying!

  • Solitaire + Horses = one crazy-awesome gaming mash-up!
  • Jettison your horse down the track in this fast-paced form of solitaire
  • Level up your horses to enhance their stats
  • Retire horses to the farm to breed ponies, win more races, and earn more prizes

Nintendo eShop[edit]

3, 2, 1… Go! Stack cards like it's a race to the finish. And it is! In this fast-paced mash-up of solitaire and horse racing, you'll jockey your way to victory by clearing cards to energize your horse. You can even level up your noble steed through strategic positioning on the track. Can you master solitaire and horseback racing…at the same time?!

After you get a dozen races under your belt, you can retire your horse—a sad moment for any jockey. However! You can relocate your horse to your very own farm and pair them with other retired horses to breed new ponies...that are completely adorable! Eventually these babies will pony up by maturing into horses that you can ride in competitions for prizes. You can then get items at Chirp's shop, such as puzzle pieces or temporary bonuses. After completing certain puzzles, your horse will gain even more stats when leveling up. That’s some next-level jockeying!

Gameplay[edit]

The main gameplay is a mashup of horse racing and solitaire; players will play a normal game of solitaire on the bottom screen, while the horses race on the top screen. Successful moves will allow the player's horse to move faster. Different types of horses also have different characteristics and abilities, and can be leveled up by racing. The player can also retire their horse to the farm, which allows for breeding horses.

Technical details[edit]

Technical Details
Media

Digital download (Nintendo 3DS, mobile)

Download size

853 blocks

Supported features

StreetPass

Input / compatible controllers

3DS: Nintendo 3DS
Mobile: Touchscreen

References[edit]

  1. Pocket Card Jockey on Nintendo of Korea's website. Retrieved November 10, 2016.