Cliffy Jump

Cliffy Jump

Cliffy Jump is a game that is a bit hard to describe and review. The app is a free Android game as usual but it has some features that left us wondering what to say.

The app as a whole is an arcade game that requires quick actions from you. After a quick and simple installation you will be presented with a simple start screen and then the action starts. You are in charge of a cute creature that wants to go through something that looks like a maze but there will be obstacles and traps in front of you so you will have to avoid them by jumping at the right moment. In addition if you jump too late or too early you may fall on bumps inside the level that will kill you. If this happens you start anew. The app, however, offers more than this – Cliffy Jump has 12 areas to explore, numerous traps and dangers ahead of you and network connectivity so that you can show your friends how far you got and most importantly gorgeous 3D graphics that will really treat your eyes.

In a few words Cliffy Jump belongs to the class of time-killing games. The app is a good one – it starts as a really simple game and then keeps it that way. There’s no learning curve at all, Cliffy Jump is a free game that has really nice 3D graphics and then you will have numerous levels to complete. All in all thumbs up for this app!

Cliffy Jump is here on Google Play.

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