Jump around, jump around. Jump up, jump up... you get the idea
City Jump Review
by on November 4, 2010
Picture the scene: you are a rip-off Spider-Man, running up city walls, jumping over obstacles and collecting weird orb things which make you invincible. This is the premise of City Jump, a game which is a lot better than it sounds on paper.
This is because the game doesn’t mess around with a learning curve. Straight from the off you are speeding up a massive building tying to avoid things. To do this you simply tap or swipe the screen and, well, that’s it. City Jump does have a certain appeal, though – it’s a bit like playing Mario after 15 energy drinks and a spoonful of coffee.
The main problem of the game is lack of longevity, however. The buildings look the same after a while and there is only so much tapping you can do before you want a little bit more variety.
But in quick bursts, City Jump shines and will keep you entertained. It will also give you a decent sense of what it would be like as a kid with ADHD who has a penchant for parkour.
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