Patterns are an in-game option that enables Jammers to have a certain design for their animal avatar. Patterns can be any of the fifty colors available as part of the regular color palette. These can be customized in the Change Your Look menu screen along with all of the other color selections for the animal.
These are the typical patterns that most animals can use.
- Sharp Swirl - This consists of a curved, swirling pattern that includes sharp points on the ends.
- Rectangular Spiral - This consists of a rectangular spiral pattern that resembles the patterns commonly associated with Phantom structures.
- Splatter - This consists of liquid-like splatter patterns that vary in size and shape.
- Flame - This consists of flame-like patterns that have rounded edges along the bottom and sharp, curving points at the top.
- Lightning Bolt - This consists of a zigzag pattern with sharp edges.
- Heart - This consists of heart-shaped patterns in various sizes.
These are the patterns that only land animals can use.
- Blotches - This consists of uneven blobs that have a variety of sizes.
- Spots - This consists of circles that are mostly the same size.
- Leaf - This consists of leaf-shaped patterns in various sizes.
- Crescent Moon - This consists of rounded crescent moon shapes with sharp points, some of which are overlapping to create elaborate designs.
- Star - This consists of many five-pointed star shapes in various sizes.
These are the patterns that only underwater animals can use.
- Hibiscus - This consists of flower-like patterns that
- Flower - This pattern uses a flower shape with five petals that have sharp hollow segments in their centers.
- Short Stripes - This consists of short stripes that have sharp points on each end.
- Skull - This pattern uses a skull-like design, which does not include the jaw portion, in various sizes.
- Starfish - This consists of rounded, five-pointed star patterns that are irregular and resemble starfish.
Some patterns can only be used by certain animals.
- Rosette (Snow Leopard and Cheetah) - This consists of small, rounded half-spirals that resemble the spirals of rose petals.
- Ears & Legs (Fox and Raccoon) - This is a solid pattern that primarily covers the ears but also covers other parts of the body depending on the animal.
- Diamond Patches (Giraffe) - This consists of diamond-shaped, polygonal patches that vary in size.
- Long Stripes (Tiger and Horse) - This consists of long stripes that come to sharp points at the ends.
- Stripe & Spots (Lynx) - This pattern has small, misshapen splotches scattered on the sides of the body with a large spot on the tip of the tail and a sharp stripe along the back of the neck.
- Toucan Underbelly/ Sloth Eye Rings (Toucan and Sloth) - This pattern consists of an almost perfectly shaped oval with a small triangular cut out area on the bottom left hand corner. On toucans, this pattern appears on its stomach. On sloths, this pattern appears around its eyes.
- Most animals only have the six common patterns and five land/ocean patterns for a total of eleven pattern choices.
- The only animals that do not use the standard color palette for the patterns is the Spring Bunny and the Snowflake Arctic Wolf which use a custom pattern screen where the pattern colors are predefined and there is only one shape- snowflakes for the arctic wolf and flowers for the bunny. Also, in the color pallet, there is a golden area with either flowers or snowflakes depending on the animal.
- The Rosette pattern actually appears slightly different between the Cheetah and Snow Leopard. On the Cheetah, the pattern is thinner and covers the tail, while on the Snow Leopard, it is thicker and covers the ears.
- On a Crocodile, the star pattern appears to be the crescent moon pattern.