A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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Description

Jumper Jape is a skill-based hardcore platformer game. The game is about getting from one side of the screen to the other without dying. This might sound easy enough but a single touch from a spike will instantly kill you and send you back to the start of the level.

All levels consists of a single static screen filled with hazards. If you think you have what it takes, give it your best shot. This game is not to be considered easy.

The story is told with the help of signs placed in the levels and it progresses as you complete levels and get further. Its a bit vague and has a really creepy vibe to it. If you dont care about stories and just want to focus on gameplay you are free to do so in this game.

Game Features

  • Challenging Gameplay
  • Jumping
  • Gamepad Support (Xbox 360 tested)
  • Auto Save System (Continue on level you quit on)
  • A Bar
  • Booze Powerups (Dont drink & drive kids)
  • Varied Level Design

Links & Stuff

Team Jape Website

Game Page

Unity WebGL (Play Now, in Browser)


Download

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Windows (x86)
Linux (Universal)
Mac (Universal)

Comments

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Another great fun platformer starring a very square character, just as good as my other favorite squares: Super Meat Boy and Mobility. The jump drinks and reversible gravity are a great combo and their explanations are the perfect sort of quirky nonsense.


I've only played the first five or so levels so I can't comment on length or replayability, but so far the difficulty progression is spot on for this old school platform fan with middling skills (been playing platformers since I met Mario in 1985 @ 5yo, then started making my own such as Flyboy).

Unfortunately I need to report a bug effecting keyboard controls on Linux Mint 18.3. Whenever I press any arrow key, whether in the menu or in the game, it just keeps going in that direction forever. This makes it impossible to use the menu or play the game unless I sync my Dual Shock 4. I prefer to use the keyboard for short game excursions

Hey cool game! I like the graphics :) It's a shame it's so small, as it could be nice to see the pixel art up closer.
Cool dialogue in the game.. It's really edgy in a good way. Would be even better if there would have been put even more energy into the story.

Looking forward to see other things you made