Join Ricks throughout the multi-verse as they get swept up in the latest intergalactic craze: Morty training. Collect over 300 increasingly bizarre Mortys and challenge rival Ricks by forcing their grandsons to fight. Play offline in a single-player campaign or battle Internet strangers in multiplayer.
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• Over 300 Mortys, including Wizard Morty, Cronenberg Morty, Skin Suit Morty, Pastry Chef Morty, and many more
• Train and combine your Mortys to level them up and watch them grow.
• Encounter your favorite characters like Bird Person, Mr. Meeseeks and more
• Craft items and engage in tedious side quests and tournaments
• Prepare your eyeholes for a lot more new, upcoming content
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Ratings and Reviews
Although this game has a totally different visual style, it feels exactly like Rick and Morty—thanks to the same hilarious writing that’s made the Adult Swim series so popular. As you navigate the characters’ ridiculous worlds, your job is to collect and fight dozens of Mortys from parallel universes. You’ll find yourself laughing out loud yet constantly captivated by the gameplay. Even if you don’t know a schmeckle from a Meseeks, you’ll delight in the unconventional humor and gripping turn-based combat.
Really fun but...
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!
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.
- Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
- 746.5 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © & ™ Cartoon Network (s16)
- In-App Purchases
- Bundle of 5 Coupons $3.99
- Blips and Chitz Coupon $0.99
- Bundle of 15 Coupons $9.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.