Gap Jump

Gap Jump

Gap Jump is one of the simple games on Google Play. This is an arcade app that is designed from the ground up for killing time and nothing more.

The gameplay is very simple – you must help a pink cube jump from one column to another by pressing the display of your Android device. The game features endless columns so you can play as long as you want or until you die, which happens when you miss a column to land on and you fall down to the ground. If you are not careful this will happen a lot since the longer you keep the display touched the further the cube will jump so you have to be very precise when jumping. In addition when you land on a column you may collect gold or other rewards that increase your overall score. Being that simple Gap Jump comes with 2D graphics only and simple sound but the game is good as it is.

Well, the final verdict is that Gap Jump is a simple arcade game that is just for killing time like we said above. The game does not shine with extraordinary features but has everything you would need to have fun so we can recommend this app with ease.

Gap Jump is here on Google Play.

Related posts

G.SKILL debuts ultra high-end DDR4 memory

G.SKILL debuts ultra high-end DDR4 memory

The well-known maker of high-end computer memory G.SKILL has presented two new ultra fast DDR4 memory kits, designed for hardware enthusiasts and hardcore gamers. The first kit joins the memory ranks under the Ripjaws 4 brand name and offers DDR4 memory modules that run at 3400 MHz at...

Samsung Smart Touch Control

With its Samsung Smart Touch Control, Samsung upgrades its TV world. With touchpad, Edge and voice control, this controller will work with the entire Samsung 2012 range of smart TV units. Moreover, Samsung TVs, set-top box, and Blu-ray players will all work with this magic gadget. The most...

Transcend debuts value DDR4 memory

Transcend debuts value DDR4 memory

About 6 months ago the latest DDR4 memory standard debuted as a high-end memory solution, which is to be used with the fastest hardware there is. DDR4 is slowly losing its crown, though, as more value-oriented memory modules have started popping up on the market. Now hardware enthusiasts will...

Leave a comment