Cupky Jump is somewhat of a unique Windows Phone game. The game blends the design of a platform style game with elements of an endless jumper game. The result is a lot of tapping that will test your skills of timing.
The Windows Phone game normally runs $.99 but over the next twenty-four hours you can pick up Cupky Jump free through the myAppFree deal. The game may not be everyone's cup of tea but now is your chance to give it a try.
As you might guess, you play the role of a cupcake in Cupky Jump and need to jump around various platform levels to collect gems, candy, avoid a few monsters and eventually find your way to the exit door.
Cupky is constantly on the move and will only change direction when it hits a wall. You tap the screen to make Cupky jump up to reach the treasures of level, avoid the dangers and travel across the platforms. Some levels have solid walls at either side while others have gaps that Cupky can pass through which sends him falling into the endless abyss. In these situations, you'll need to jump Cupky at the right time to bounce the cupcake off the wall so Cupky can change direction.
Currently there are thirty levels of play with Cupky Jump that vary in difficulty and can be replayed just in case you want to try to better your score.
In playing Cupky Jump for a short time, it comes across as a Windows Phone game with potential and being this week's myAppFree deal, you can try the game out free. Cupky Jump is also a universal app and in picking up the Windows Phone version, the Windows 8 version is also a freebie. Both versions normally run $.99 each.
The myAppFree deal for Cupky Jump is in place for the next twenty-four hours and keep in mind that it may take a little while for the deal to show up in the myAppFree app. However, the deal is already live in the Windows Phone and Windows Store.
If you take advantage of the myAppFree deal and try Cupky Jump, remember to rate the game in the Stores. It is the easiest way to send feedback to the developer.
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George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.
I dont know if this is a coincidence, but evey game that is a myAppFree Deal of the Week is always available in the Brazilian WP Stores. And this is great!! :)
Not coincidence, since we have a lot of users in Brazil we try to help the developer to publish their games also in Brazil. It's really an easy tastk to do but it requires extra certificate that sometimes the dev misses.
Oh, thank you for helping us! :)
Id stick with the original,Doodle Jump! Thankyou!
Doodle Jump is an "endless jumper" game, this is not
Looks Flappy-Birdish. Not a fan of the flappy bird thing.
How is it even slightly like Flappy Bird? This is a simple platformer, while Flappy Bird is an endless pain-in-the-arse :P
Ohhh, I get it now. This game is ALSO a complete pain in the arse. The controls suck (or maybe just poor level design), and this game is awful.
The game is fun and extremely difficult. I love it.
Hope you guys enjoy the game :)
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