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Let's Jump!



High-flying platform jumping with multiplayer.

What parents need to know

Ease of play

Players move their blob up a series of panels by tilting the screen. The higher they get, the harder it is to find a landing spot. 

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Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Let's Jump is an arcade game very similar in scope to the popular Doodle Jump app. Players try to get their onscreen blob as high as they can without falling. What's different with this version, though, is the ability to play against others in a race to the top (and not suffer a catastrophic fate if you miss a step). Online play is achieved through Game Center as well as local Bluetooth and a pass-and-play same room method. While players can compete with strangers, there is no other interaction in the game, making it relatively safe. Users can share high scores via the Game Center or Crystal social networks, but participation is optional.

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Jumping platform games are becoming a crowded field in the App Store, so to stand out new ones need to do something different. LET'S JUMP is hardly revolutionary, but it gets enough right that it's worth a second look. The universal app support -- letting the same game be played on both iPhone and iPad -- is very welcome and the multiplayer mode adds a few tweaks (like not killing you instantly when you miss a platform) that make the game more fun. That said, there's a definite sense of deja vu to this app -- and if you've grown tired of Doodle Jump at this point, you won't find anything here to reinvigorate your love for the genre. 

App details

Devices:iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
Release date:June 2, 2011
Category:Arcade Games
Size:16.20 MB
Publisher:Chillingo Ltd.
Minimum software requirements:3.1.2

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Adult Written byeltorito1976 July 4, 2011

The only thing this game can do to your child, is give a big smile

This game is a nonviolent game that can make kids only happy! The colours and the hapiness that the game expresses, can your child only give a smile.


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