Sunflat has posted a list of upcoming games, many of which include the lovable Mr. Papi character from curiously addictive PapiJump.

PapiPole - Why? Mr.Papi is on the top of the stick. Slide your finger on iPhone to control the bottom of the stick, and give him delicious hamburger time!

PapiJump Plus - Wow, PapiJump returned with MULTIPLE LEVELS! Example Levels:

  • [HARD] Very hard from the start
  • [FALL] The platforms fall when he jumps on them
  • [RIGHT] Mr.Papi is going towards the right
  • [DOWN] Mr.Papi is getting down platforms
  • [ENEMY] Mr.Papi is chased by enemies
  • [NORMAL] Same as the free version of PapiJump
  • PapiJump Plus will be priced at $1.

    Flying PapiJump - Mr.Papi was hungry. So he began to explore the cave of hamburgers! This is jumping action game, including many levels.

    PapiJump Land - Mr.Papi went to the Hamburger Land to eat the ultimate hamburgers! This is jumping action game, including many levels.

    And two non-Papi titles:

    3D TiltCave - A speedy 3D action game. Tilt your iPhone not to collide with the wall of the cave.

    BREAK DOWN - Break all blocks with balls. Slide your finger on iPhone to control the racket to knock back the balls. Similar to the classic block-breaking games, but note that the balls fall down with gravity, and you should move the racket from bottom to top to knock up balls highly.

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    • bud

      I believe it's time Mr. Papi got his own movie. Who will direct?

    • bud

      I believe it's time Mr. Papi got his own movie. Who will direct?

    • mattyohe

      The Mr. Papi character works because he is a simple man with simple pleasures, like jumping or falling.

    • mattyohe

      The Mr. Papi character works because he is a simple man with simple pleasures, like jumping or falling.

    • icepulse

      I can't believe you guys are joking about this!! We are very nearly about to be buried under a mountain of half-baked shovelware! Apple needs to exercise some of that legendary "quality control", and keep un-baked efforts out of the store, completely.

      Looking at these titles is like being raped in the eye by Pengo!

      Seriously, now.... I know gameplay trumps graphics, but is this the best we've got to look forward to? That we should be looking at news stories about Mr. ****'in PAPI?

    • icepulse

      I can't believe you guys are joking about this!! We are very nearly about to be buried under a mountain of half-baked shovelware! Apple needs to exercise some of that legendary "quality control", and keep un-baked efforts out of the store, completely.

      Looking at these titles is like being raped in the eye by Pengo!

      Seriously, now.... I know gameplay trumps graphics, but is this the best we've got to look forward to? That we should be looking at news stories about Mr. ****'in PAPI?

    • arn

      @icepulse

      This post is in all seriousness. PapiJump is a great free game. I am genuinely looking forward to his other games.

      arn

    • arn

      @icepulse

      This post is in all seriousness. PapiJump is a great free game. I am genuinely looking forward to his other games.

      arn

    • Dudehuge

      @icepulse
      You bitch that these megacorporations are not democratic enough, now that Apple is doing the right thing by atleast lessening the tight grip it has a bit so that everybody can enter, you bitch again. Make up your fucking mind. The AppStore is not perfect but this freedom is great for everyone.

    • Dudehuge

      @icepulse
      You bitch that these megacorporations are not democratic enough, now that Apple is doing the right thing by atleast lessening the tight grip it has a bit so that everybody can enter, you bitch again. Make up your fucking mind. The AppStore is not perfect but this freedom is great for everyone.

    • http://rcptones.com rcpb

      Papi Games are my most played games (out of many free and paid) on the iPhone. For a fan of high score battles on classic arcade machines, nothing brings the style and joy like Mr. Papi. It just makes everybody smile. My friends keep asking for my phone saying, "alright one more Papi."

      can't wait for Sunflat's Jump Plus so i can give em a buck.

    • http://rcptones.com rcpb

      Papi Games are my most played games (out of many free and paid) on the iPhone. For a fan of high score battles on classic arcade machines, nothing brings the style and joy like Mr. Papi. It just makes everybody smile. My friends keep asking for my phone saying, "alright one more Papi."

      can't wait for Sunflat's Jump Plus so i can give em a buck.

    • http://www.templescene.com Mr Skills

      My friend's 2-year-old son calls his grandfather "Papi". For this reason alone, I can't stop laughing while playing PapiJump. :D

    • http://www.templescene.com Mr Skills

      My friend's 2-year-old son calls his grandfather "Papi". For this reason alone, I can't stop laughing while playing PapiJump. :D

    • Rojo

      I can't get enough of Papi!!!

      (Oh, and I call my boyfriend "Papi," which makes this even more funny...)

    • Rojo

      I can't get enough of Papi!!!

      (Oh, and I call my boyfriend "Papi," which makes this even more funny...)

    • icepulse

      I feel what you're saying, and I'm sure the game is entertaining. I was semi-kidding, but semi-serious, as well. I just look at a collection of what now amounts to about 650 games, and I feel underwhelmed, that's all I was saying. I like to post overzealously. Hey,

      I LOVE "N+" for the DS, and that's hardly the most ambitious title on the system, polish-wise. One of my all-time favorite titles is "Worms", which is decidedly "lo-tech" by any modern standard. But it's the innovation of a title like that which I find most impressive. That kind of creativity is roundly lacking on this platform, thus far. How about ONE solid strategy title that isn't chess? Ever see "Metal Gear Ac!d" for the PSP? THAT is innovation. I know this l'il feller has the muscle of a Dreamcast; I just have lofty hopes.

    • icepulse

      I feel what you're saying, and I'm sure the game is entertaining. I was semi-kidding, but semi-serious, as well. I just look at a collection of what now amounts to about 650 games, and I feel underwhelmed, that's all I was saying. I like to post overzealously. Hey,

      I LOVE "N+" for the DS, and that's hardly the most ambitious title on the system, polish-wise. One of my all-time favorite titles is "Worms", which is decidedly "lo-tech" by any modern standard. But it's the innovation of a title like that which I find most impressive. That kind of creativity is roundly lacking on this platform, thus far. How about ONE solid strategy title that isn't chess? Ever see "Metal Gear Ac!d" for the PSP? THAT is innovation. I know this l'il feller has the muscle of a Dreamcast; I just have lofty hopes.

    • Rojo

      I can't wait to have an entire homescreen devoted to just Mr. Papi!

    • Rojo

      I can't wait to have an entire homescreen devoted to just Mr. Papi!

    • SteveJ

      icepulse - you just have a different view of things. For some of us we are actually pretty tired of the emphasis on graphics. The Papi games succeed in part because they toss graphics out the window. They are incredibly simple, and yet addicting.

    • SteveJ

      icepulse - you just have a different view of things. For some of us we are actually pretty tired of the emphasis on graphics. The Papi games succeed in part because they toss graphics out the window. They are incredibly simple, and yet addicting.

    • icepulse

      But when I say polish, I'm not talking about bleeding-edge graphics; I'm talking about ingenuity and depth. I thought I was pretty clear about that in the last post.

      All I'm saying is, there are enough "simple" time-wasters already available. Hell, I can balance a ball on the back of my hand to get that kind of kick.

      I simply feel that, like our brains, the platform is capable of so much, and we're only seeing 10% of that capability being exploited.

      I'm not a "graphics whore"; I simply hate to see wasted potential. I guess the app store is still young, after all.

    • icepulse

      But when I say polish, I'm not talking about bleeding-edge graphics; I'm talking about ingenuity and depth. I thought I was pretty clear about that in the last post.

      All I'm saying is, there are enough "simple" time-wasters already available. Hell, I can balance a ball on the back of my hand to get that kind of kick.

      I simply feel that, like our brains, the platform is capable of so much, and we're only seeing 10% of that capability being exploited.

      I'm not a "graphics whore"; I simply hate to see wasted potential. I guess the app store is still young, after all.

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    • http://nicca.com I thin Iace is crazy

      WTF... appstore has MANY games and apps for ALL the tastes out there.. remember the iphone ipod touch is not a fucking gaming platform, if it DOES provide gaming apreciate every bit of it :D

      I <3 PAPI

    • http://nicca.com I thin Iace is crazy

      WTF... appstore has MANY games and apps for ALL the tastes out there.. remember the iphone ipod touch is not a fucking gaming platform, if it DOES provide gaming apreciate every bit of it :D

      I <3 PAPI

    • Jenny

      I agree. The Mr. Papi movie. I like it!

    • http://twitter.com/YanezJasmine Jasmine Yanez

      love these games thy are alsome