Published 14 Feb 2019
[cont'd] you mess up, you'll have to start all over again. Pretty soon you'll get the hang of it and you'll be jumping at faster and faster speeds and through a ridiculous amount of levels. There are an unlimited amount of challenges and daily rewards to keep things interesting. One thing's sure with this game...you'll never get bored.
The controls are easy to handle and the game has very smooth gameplay and it's literally a one-tap game. You just have to keep your wits about you as you go but you'll get the hang of it pretty easily. It's one of those games that's simple to play but not quite as easy to master as the levels get faster and faster as you go. Visually, the game is bright, rich and colorful but the graphics are pretty basic so they won't take up a heap of RAM space and the music and sound effects complement the gameplay nicely.
While Jump Down gives the impression that it's a kids game, it's fine for players of all ages. And when you see this many 5 star ratings for a new game you know that it's going to be pretty good and pretty successful. It's always a bit scary when you see that a game has this many levels but, don't worry, after half an hour of playing you'll realise you're at...