One-tap easy-to-learn controls, rich visual effects and addictive gameplay mechanics. Carefully ... More
One-tap easy-to-learn controls, rich visual effects and addictive gameplay mechanics. Carefully maneuver through tiles, or meet your doom!
A new addictive level will always be ready for you to play with every tap in just seconds. It is all free and it will always be free. Start playing now!
◉ Tons of levels
◉ Unlimited challenges
◉ Daily Rewards
◉ Amazing music and graphics
Just give it a go and start playing Jump Down now. You will be addicted to the smoothness and have fun with this game of jumps. There will be no need to search for a new game when you get bored of one. For your own convenience, we do that for you.
This game does not require internet connection and can be played offline.
Last updated 10 Feb 2019
Published 14 Feb 2019
It never ceases to amaze me just how many people play games on their phones as we all commute to and from work each day. It's hard not to peek over a shoulder and watch as their fingers and brains work overtime in the morning and evening travels. Games like Candy Crush and Angry Birds are still pretty popular but there's always the odd one that surprises me because I haven't seen it before as I 'eavesdrop.' Sometimes, you see a game that looks like it could be the next 'big thing' and that's where this games comes in.
Jump Down is a free game for Android and iOS that has been around for a few months now and is getting a reputation as the next goto commuter game. It's bright and colorful, it has great music and sounds, squillions of levels, addictive gameplay and, to top it all off, you don't have to have an Internet connection and be online to play. In the short time that it's been on the market the game has garnered thousands and thousands of downloads.
So, what's it all about? The premise is pretty simple. It starts off as a easy little jumper where you need to keep your wits about you as you leap from one step to another and avoid the thorns and flames as you manoeuvre your way from tile to tile. It's just a precursor though because, if...