I played around with Jump for about two minutes and'd already learned more from that than any guide I've seen to date, so here're my findings:
- Obviously, as many of you have figured out, speed is key--when a circle's highlighted, you press the corresponding hard button as quick as you can
- Initially, I thought the max was 50, since I'd hit all three times on my first attempt, but if you really nail those three hits you get the standard fanfare and 100 GP to match (Do all these games yield 100 GP?)
- No, you can't push the flag off-screen
- If you hit only once, you get 15 GP*
*unsure, as I hit the second time once and I gained 15
hit it on the third highlight and gained 25? don't remember for certain
I'll keep a better watch on the amount of weight loss to see how your performance in Jump corresponds to pounds lost.
Anywho, I put that aluminum foil in, as you can see here: http://puu.sh/5Mu7f
There's a first-gen Oyajitchi. I debugged immediately (in only a few seconds, if I may brag), and decided I'd wanted an Oyajitchi named Rodge
Here's my current pet, a Kinakomotchi named Johan: http://puu.sh/5MKwG
Fitting names, wouldn't you say?
...Yeah, I've no taste