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I am fairly new to the iphone game scene, as, other than Pokémon Go, the only game i’ve downloaded on this phone has been Pottery, which was only fun for about 45 seconds. However, this game was thoroughly entertaining and ran smoothly on my phone. Nonetheless, I do feel that I have to give this game a 4 star rating due to the “flying” feature which popped up around the fourth level. I downloaded Mr. JUMP World under the impression that the goal of each level would be achieved by JUMPING. I was surprised, to say the least, and VERY disappointed that yet another exploitive company would misrepresent its product in such a manner.
I’m Currently in the Line of Tijuana And I was upset due to me not having service at the line, so I connected to a public free WiFi network so I can look for new games, and in hope of finding one I found this one, it’s very addicting and has interesting levels which makes the game #1 in originality and a 5 Star for creativity, all I hate is the ads but since I have no data at the moment I get no ads! LIFE HACK lol, I recommend and I’m not being payed for this I wish I was though, I actually enjoy the game though and you should give it a try sometime💯🎖
This game is addicting and enjoyable, however the ads detract from it a considerable amount. The ads seem to increase the longer you have the app, making it more and more annoying. You will get flooded with ads basically until you either give in and buy to get rid of them or delete the game. I am tolerating them now but I will delete the game due to the excessive ads rather than purchase it once I’m finally too bothered to carry on. I don’t think games should pressure you into purchasing like that; they need to make money somehow and there’s a reasonable number of ads I would accept. But frustrating people into buying it ain’t ittttt.
The game is ridiculously easy if you’re just going for completion. Not only that but the courses are extremely short. Part of what made the original game so hard and fun was the endurance required. This game completely removes that factor. The only challenge in the game is going for all the coins, but even that is not designed right. The objective should be to overcome difficulty, not be forced to path in a very annoying and specific way. Please make the levels harder and longer. Also, only put ads when you complete a track. Having ads when you’re trying to respawn is infuriating and just makes me go to airplane mode so I can avoid them it’s so bad.
I really like the game but I got it and only had it for about half an hour. I’ve played their games before and really enjoy them but there are was too many 30 second adds (that you can’t skip until they’re over). I don’t have the money to spend on removing adds for a game I’m gonna delete eventually. For the amount of adds I just found it so annoying and really not that enjoyable. Ik adds are how free app developers make money and stuff but if there’s gonna be a million adds to the point the game itself isn’t enjoyable then it’s not worth
The highly anticipated follow-up to the award
winning platformer game Mr Jump (Editors’ Choice, Best of 2015) is now available!
Help Mr Jump to make his way through multiple of ingenious and tricky levels!
Mr Jump World is a one-button platform game: jump to avoid the traps and reach the end of the level.
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