A slight but good-natured game that rarely slips up and very regularly shines.
Anooki Jump Review
by on November 25, 2011
Infinite vertical platform games are the iOS equivalent of the Babel story: attempts to reach the heavens, inevitably doomed to failure. Still, the two Eskimos in Anooki Jump get to fail in style, leaping about a world of floating ice cubes.
It’s a beautiful game, with sharp white characters rendered over vibrantly coloured backgrounds. It also boasts enough ideas to help it stand out among myriad Doodle Jump clones: wonky platforms that make jumps unpredictable; energy consumption that forces Anook and Nooki to periodically switch places; and a charming piano plink to reward every successful jump.
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