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Pocket Card Jockey is a card-based video game developed and published by Game Freak for Nintendo 3DS, iOS, and Android. It was released for Nintendo 3DS in Japan on July 31, 2013 and worldwide by Nintendo on May 5, 2016. It was released for iOS and Android in Japan on November 26, 2014, but this version shut down on December 21, 2015. Pocket Card Jockey puts players in control of a jockey, which can be made male or female.

The male jockey wants to one day take over his father’s orange farm, and the female jockey wants to one day get married and have kids. The jockey loses their first round and gets trampled, leading to an angel descending on them to give them encouragement and teach them to view horse racing as a game of solitaire. Pocket Card Jockey’s gameplay uses the card game golf as a basis for its gameplay.

In golf, the player must clear all cards from the field, which they accomplish by selecting a card that is either one point higher or one point lower than the focus card that they drew from their deck. Once this is done, they can then attempt to get another card that is one higher or lower than the card they just picked up. The Ace and King cards are the opposite ends of the card sequence, and the player can move from an Ace to a King, and vice versa.

The player can keep doing this until there are no more cards in the play field, at which point the player has to flip a card from their deck and begin the process anew with that one. Once the deck runs out of cards and the player runs out of cards to select from the play field, the round ends.[11] An extra mode exists which allows the player to play the card game outside of the context of the racing game, aiming to clear the cards in the fastest time possible.

File Name

Pocket Card Jockey

Cart Size







USA, Europe & Japan


Card game



Release Date

July 31, 2013


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