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Pokémon Jump

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Pokémon Jump is a mini game which can be played over the wireless communication system in Pokémon FireRed, LeafGreen, and Emerald. This mini game cannot be played alone and is restricted to Pokémon that are 0.7 m (2'4") or less in height and are capable of jumping.

This is one of two games included in the Joyful Game Corner wireless gaming center located on Two Island in the Sevii Islands. The other playable game at the Joyful Game Corner is Dodrio Berry Picking. Neither Pokémon Jump nor Dodrio Berry Picking are available for play on Ruby and Sapphire as those games do not use the Wireless Adapter System.

Pokémon allowed

Bulbasaur Bulbasaur Charmander Charmander Squirtle Squirtle Caterpie Caterpie
Metapod Metapod Weedle Weedle Kakuna Kakuna Rattata Rattata
Raticate Raticate Pikachu Pikachu Sandshrew Sandshrew Nidoran♀ Nidoran♀
Nidoran♂ Nidoran♂ Clefairy Clefairy Vulpix Vulpix Jigglypuff Jigglypuff
Oddish Oddish Paras Paras Meowth Meowth Mankey Mankey
Growlithe Growlithe Poliwag Poliwag Bellsprout Bellsprout Shellder Shellder
Krabby Krabby Exeggcute Exeggcute Cubone Cubone Ditto Ditto
Eevee Eevee Omanyte Omanyte Kabuto Kabuto Mew Mew
Cyndaquil Cyndaquil Totodile Totodile Spinarak Spinarak Pichu Pichu
Cleffa Cleffa Igglybuff Igglybuff Togepi Togepi Togetic Togetic
Natu Natu Mareep Mareep Bellossom Bellossom Marill Marill
Sunkern Sunkern Wooper Wooper Pineco Pineco Snubbull Snubbull
Teddiursa Teddiursa Slugma Slugma Swinub Swinub Corsola Corsola
Houndour Houndour Phanpy Phanpy Porygon2 Porygon2 Tyrogue Tyrogue
Smoochum Smoochum Elekid Elekid Magby Magby Celebi Celebi
Treecko Treecko Torchic Torchic Mudkip Mudkip Poochyena Poochyena
Zigzagoon Zigzagoon Wurmple Wurmple Silcoon Silcoon Cascoon Cascoon
Lotad Lotad Seedot Seedot Ralts Ralts Surskit Surskit
Shroomish Shroomish Nincada Nincada Whismur Whismur Azurill Azurill
Skitty Skitty Sableye Sableye Mawile Mawile Aron Aron
Meditite Meditite Electrike Electrike Plusle Plusle Minun Minun
Volbeat Volbeat Illumise Illumise Roselia Roselia Gulpin Gulpin
Numel Numel Torkoal Torkoal Spoink Spoink Trapinch Trapinch
Cacnea Cacnea Corphish Corphish Anorith Anorith Castform Castform
Wynaut Wynaut Snorunt Snorunt Bagon Bagon Beldum Beldum
Jirachi Jirachi

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

Red, Blue, Saur, and Blue's Charizard on the Path of Skipping

The Pokémon Jump appeared as part of a training method designed by Kimberly in order to teach Red and Blue the ultimate moves: Frenzy Plant and Blast Burn, respectively. During the training, Blue had his Charizard grab Saur's vine and run with it while Red and Blue had to jump-rope over it without falling. The Pokémon Jump was named the Path of Skipping in this adaptation.


  • Chikorita is the only starter Pokémon which cannot be used, due to being 0.9 m (2'11").
  • Porygon2 and Bellossom are the only evolved Pokémon allowed at 0.6 m (2'00") and 0.4 m (1'04") respectively, while their previous evolutions are not (both at 0.8 m / 2'07").
  • Despite the game requiring Pokémon capable of jumping, Kakuna, Silcoon, and Cascoon are all eligible, despite their obvious immobility. Metapod is also eligible; however, in the anime, Bugsy's Metapod was more than capable of jumping.