Like many other developers, Noodlecake Games is releasing more smaller-scale projects, and their latest after Flappy Golf [Free] is Jupiter Jump, releasing on Thursday, June 12th for free. This endless platformer will have players controlling an astronaut who crashes on Jupiter and bounces along the surface, avoiding mines and crashing through gates for points. Because hey, points matter.

The game is controlled by tapping to plummet to the ground, adding a bit of Tiny Wings [$0.99] to the flaplike formula. Bouncing near mines increases the multiplayer, adding a bit more reward to an already-risky game. There will be the customary friends leaderboards, and banner ads that display on the menus and after games. There is a $0.99 IAP to remove ads tucked away in the options menu, but otherwise it'll cost nothing to play Noodlecake's latest when games start to release on Thursday.

  • thiagovscoelho

    I'll just once again point out that Jupiter isn't solid, and that if it were solid you wouldn't jump very high there either because of high gravity, but alliteration ahoy right
    It seems like a funtime, I'll likely play that

    • markaman

      Also we don't have the technology to send a man to Jupiter.

      • thiagovscoelho

        least of problems, for all we know that machine could be an alien robot

    • toofinedog

      They could have called it "Up Uranus".

      • thiagovscoelho

        Oh my god I'd love to see someone try that

      • RebekkahBooseyesu

        My Uncle
        Joshua just got an almost new white Kia Rio Hatchback only from working
        part-time off a home computer. try this R­e­x­1­0­.­C­O­M­

  • Ryan Holowaty

    "flaplike" lol Common Carter my man. This protoype was made way before Flappy Bird was even a thing ;) Ah well, guess it is a genre now. Also Im dropping codes in the forum thread so stay tuned in there. Will be posting a bunch tomorrow.

  • Anotherkellydown

    Looks like fun. I'll be trying it out for sure!

  • http://www.galleytech.com Galley

    Love the music!