Sprite Town, also known as Idle Monster Pocket Magic, is a new unofficial Pokémon game for the iOS and Android platforms. This game features many of your favorite characters that you know and love, along with their evolved forms, and even characters from the cartoons.
The developer has shared activation codes as a way to give new players an edge at the beginning, as well as reward veteran players for following the game and staying loyal. These codes can be redeemed and exchanged for free prizes and gifts, and you can use each code one time, but you can use as many different codes as you want, as long as they are valid and working.
Read on for a list of codes, how to find more of them, and how to redeem them in Sprite Town!
Two enable redemption of these activation codes, first, you have to complete the tutorial, which is unusually long even for a game like this. Get to the point where you can tap on your avatar, which is in the top left corner of the screen.
Once you can do that, tap it, then tap the button that says “activation code“. Enter your 20 digit code, hit the button to confirm the code, and you will receive your rewards instantly.
The first place to start looking for codes is on the official Facebook page for the game. This is the most likely place to find them, because it’s the most popular social media platform, so naturally, the developer will often post codes here first. You can also look on Facebook groups about the game to see if any players have posted codes.
Be sure to also check other social media platforms, such as Twitter, VK, Instagram, and TikTok. Sometimes the developer will have an official presence on these platforms as well, and if they do, they may post codes here that they don’t even post on Facebook. Check all of them, not just one of them, just in case.
Look for any discussions about the game on the Subreddit as well, because this typically is the most common place for players to share codes. If you have codes that have not been shared yet, then be sure to share them so that other players can use them. Players often ask about codes also, so look for comment threads with questions about codes to see if anybody has answered them.
Twitch and YouTube are also great sources for codes, because streamers and Youtubers tend to get access to exclusive codes from the developer that they haven’t shared publicly. This is for promotional purposes, so that streamers and Youtubers can promote their own channels while also promoting the game. So be sure to look for any videos that contain codes.
Check the review page of whatever App Store you downloaded the game from, whether it be Google or Apple. If you see codes posted in a review, then try them. If you don’t see any codes posted, then be sure to post some of your own to set the precedent.
As of this moment, no codes have been shared before the game; however, we are constantly checking our sources, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back occasionally to see when a new codes come out!