Pocket Mortys, based on the popular TV series Rick and Morty, was a surprise mobile hit, and for good reason. It successfully adapts the showâ€™s quirkiness to a Pokemon-like game, complete with IVs and a robust crafting system. There are 35 Pocket Mortys recipes in total, with some used for campaign quest progression and others restricted to multiplayer.
Early on, the most important recipes are related to healing, since thereâ€™s no other way to heal your Mortys after entering a portal. Once youâ€™ve progressed a bit and expanded your collection of Mortys, you can move on to more complicated recipes. Below weâ€™ve listed everything you need to know about the gameâ€™s crafting system, including a full list of all Pocket Mortys recipes. If you havenâ€™t already played it, you can download it at the link below.
How does Pocket Mortys crafting work?
Thankfully, you start the game with all Pocket Mortys recipes unlocked, so all you need to do is find the items and take them to a crafting station. These crafting stations are found in every area of the game: the Citadel, dimensions you explore, and the multiplayer area.
Items are fairly easy to come by as well. They can be found on the ground, in item boxes, or collected as rewards from quests or battles. Item boxes have the best rewards, so be sure to collect them whenever you explore a new dimension.
You can only hold a certain amount of each item, so be sure to churn out a few Pocket Mortys crafting recipe items before you fill up your inventory. Serums, Halzingers, and Morty Manipulator Chips are always useful, so be sure to keep a sizeable stock at all times.
Pocket Mortys recipe list
As mentioned previously, there are 35 recipes in Pocket Mortys, all of which are available at the start of the game. However, only 19 of these are available in multiplayer mode, and 34 are available in campaign play. Apart from the useable items, the rest are only used once for quests or other recipes, but you may need to craft several copies of some items to make higher level recipes.
Below youâ€™ll find all Pocket Mortys recipes, as well as their descriptions and whether theyâ€™re available in multiplayer, campaign, or both. Note that thereâ€™s only one exclusive Pocket Mortys multiplayer recipe: Breakfast Combo Meal.
|Item||Recipe||In-game description||Campaign or Multiplayer?|
|1||Breakfast Combo Meal||Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit + Frosty-ccino + Breakfast Baconator||Start your day off right! Restores 200 HP.||Multiplayer|
|2||Morty Manipulator Chip||Supercharged Battery + Circuit Board + Tin Can||Captures a wild Morty with low health.||Both|
|3||Serum||Battery + Fleeb||Heals 20 HP.||Both|
|4||Great Serum||Battery + Purified Fleeb||Heals 50 HP.||Both|
|5||Sensational Serum||Supercharged Battery + Serum||Heals 200 HP.||Both|
|6||Pure Serum||Supercharged Battery + Great Serum||Heals all HP.||Both|
|7||Halzinger||Battery + Fleeb + Bacteria Cell||Restores a dazed Morty to 50% HP.||Both|
|8||Pure Halzinger||Battery + Purified Fleeb + Mutant Bacteria Cell||Restores a dazed Morty to 100% HP.||Both|
|9||Poison Cure||Tin Can + Bacteria Cell + Dark Energy Ball||Cures a poisoned Morty.||Both|
|10||Paralyze Cure||Tin Can + Turbulent Juice Tube + Dark Energy Ball||Cures a paralyzed Morty.||Both|
|11||Pure Curum||Purified Fleeb + Mutant Bacteria Cell + Supercharged Battery||Heals all HP and cures all ailments.||Both|
|12||Plutonic Rock||Battery + Bacteria Cell||Adds 50% of AP to all attacks.||Both|
|13||Pure Plutonic Rock||Battery + Mutant Bacteria Cell||Restores full AP to all attacks.||Both|
|14||Level Up Mega Seed||Attack Mega Seed + Defense Mega Seed + Speed Mega Seed||Increases a Morty’s level by 1.||Both|
|15||Battery||Tin Can + Cable + Fleeb||You can never have enough of these.||Both|
|16||Supercharged Battery||Battery + Turbulent Juice Tube||Like a regular battery, but superer.||Both|
|17||Purified Fleeb||Fleeb + Turbulent Juice Tube||A Fleeb, purified to its most potent form.||Both|
|18||Mutant Bacteria Cell||Bacteria Cell + Turbulent Juice Tube||A smarter bacteria than its predecessor.||Both|
|19||Dark Energy Ball||Fleeb + Bacteria Cell||Repels matter with a dark force.||Both|
|20||Courier Flap||Battery + Motherboard + Mutant Bacteria Cell||Takes you back to the Citadel.||Campaign|
|21||Microverse Battery||Supercharged Battery + Motherboard + Dark Matter Balle||A box of slavery with extra steps.||Campaign|
|22||Dark Matter Ball||Dark Energy Ball + Turbulent Juice Tube||Emits a strong gravitational pull.||Campaign|
|23||Motherboard||Battery + Circuit Board + Cable||An ideal base for complex electronics.||Campaign|
|24||Dog Collar||Cable + Tin Can||Not just for dogs!||Campaign|
|25||Love Potion||Purified Fleeb + Mutant Bacteria Cell||Move things outside of “friend zone”.||Campaign|
|26||Robot||Supercharged Battery + Motherboard||Can be programmed for good or evil.||Campaign|
|27||Butter Robot||Robot + Tin Can||Why reach for the butter yourself?||Campaign|
|28||Gwendolyn Doll||Robot + Love Potion||Will keep you company, always.||Campaign|
|29||Time Crystal||Purified Fleeb + Dark Energy Ball||Splits time into multiple zones.||Campaign|
|30||Time Stabilizing Collar||Time Crystal + Dog Collar||Merges multiple time zones into one.||Campaign|
|31||Interdimensional Cable Box||Supercharged Battery + Motherboard + Time Crystal||Watch TV from any dimension.||Campaign|
|32||Neutrino Bomb||Supercharged Battery + Motherboard + Dark Energy Ball||Kills all living things. (Stand back.)||Campaign|
|33||Interdimensional Goggles||Supercharged Battery + Time Crystal + Tin Can||See through the eyes of another you.||Campaign|
|34||IQ-Enhancing Helmet||Supercharged Battery + Motherboard + Turbulent Juice Tube||Boosts the wearer’s IQ considerably.||Campaign|
|35||Roy VR Headset||Interdimensional Goggles + IQ-Enhancing Helmet||How far can you take Rocket Roy?||Campaign|
Thatâ€™s it for our guide to Pocket Mortys crafting! Check out some of our other game guides below.