To do so, just visit Max’s gift shop and look for the plush pigmy. Once you have this enchanted toy, you can launch Ooga Jump from inside Hatch to let your fugu take over the game with his own special sounds and animations. Take a look:
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Why Ooga Jump, though?
“Weve previously included some activities to play with your pet inside the app, like fetch and peekaboo, but wanted to try something more elaborate … so the idea is sending your pet out of Hatch into a full game for that kind of adventure,” Impending CEO and cofounder Phill Ryu said. “Pocket God seemed like a fun fit being a kindred spirit type app to Hatch, so we worked with Bolt Creative developer Dave and their artist Allan Dye on this new kind of crossover.”
In addition to the Ooga Jump crossover, Hatch has been updated with new blankets, new decor themes, a new lock screen portrait titled “Wild Things,” and some minor improvements and bug fixes.
The new versions of Hatch and Pocket God: Ooga Jump are out now on the App Store.