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@everyone who likes magikarp jump

this game was a collaboration between the pokemon company and another game company called select button (p sure select button did most of the work and nintendo just allowed them to use their licensed characters and took most of the credit for making the game but w/e)

select button’s other games aren’t listed as being related to this one but they’re realllly really similar and magikarp jump is basically a mashup of the two with the addition of pokemon

hunt cook has the same art style as magikarp jump, and also has a mini game that’s skill based rather than just luck. other than that, the gameplay (points that regenerate over time for you to train/hunt, random encounters, achievements that give you gems, etc) is super super similar to magikarp jump

the “tap the food for the fish to eat so it grows bigger” aspect of the game, along with the whole take a risk for a reward or have something bad happen thing, are both in survive! mola mola. it has a more pixely art style but is really cute and funny in a kinda morbid way

both of these games are really great and it really bums me out that select button isn’t really getting the credit they deserve/that people who like this game aren’t super likely to find their other games that they would probably also really enjoy

(basically the only credit they got was their logo at the start of the game for a few seconds, i honestly thought nintendo just made a blatant ripoff of their games at first)

so yeah if u like this game u should definitely check out select button’s other games and share this so other people will too!!

All eyes on you! The mola mola, or ocean sunfish, is the biggest bony fish in the ocean. 

They can grow up to 10 feet in length and weigh nearly 5,000 pounds! These ocean giants eat jellyfish, and can often be spotted basking on the ocean surface. This one was spotted in Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. 

(Photo: Stuart Halewood)

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An astonishing underwater picture has captured the moment a sealion takes a massive chunk out of an ocean sunfish. It attacked the fish, which is also known as a ‘mola mola’ around 12 miles off the coast of San Diego, California. Wildlife photographer Richard Herrmann pictured the seal ripping the flesh from the fish.