With a learning cover easy to master by all ages, retro artwork and a whole ton of enticing gameplay obstacles, Drive and Jump ($0.99) is your typical top-down racer with a serious, addictive spin.
Been there, certainly done that. The jump as high as you can, most familiarly seen in Doodle Jump, has become all too popular in terms of density in the app store. Right now, the genre can still be fun but only if developers anticipate what users will want to see
Updated. I posted about a new Doodle Jump update in the testing stages back in October of last year. The title? Doodle Jump Multiplayer Update Coming Out Real Soon! Well, I was a little wrong with the real soon part because only today did Lima Sky, developers of the widely
Whenever you go onto the top 25 free applications on the app store, you usually see a lite version, some utility or some completely pointless application (no offense). You don’t often see a quality game without having limits unless it was promoted with FAAD, or OpenFeint, or some other free
Doodle Jump has always been a favorite of mine and of many. Being one of the App Store’s top sellers, it has received praise over the long period of time that it has been seen on the store. Along that time, the game also received updates periodically which added new