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Papi Jump

This is my greenfoot version of the iPod Touch / iPhone game Papi Jump. Use the left and right arrow keys to move the ball around. Jump from platform to platform in order to get as high as you can. Your score (bottom left corner) is how high you've gotten.

Falling on spikes will kill you but if you're daring enough you can bounce right on the side of a spiked platform. Platforms move to take that into consideration too. Brown platforms just float, red ones fall once you've hit them, and green platforms give you a nice boost.

Hope you like it. Let me know if you find any bugs.

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Tags: game physics jump platform papijump papi iphone jumper ipod touch

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A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sun Jun 12 16:47:35 UTC 2011 Added in this version: Main menu Options menu with the ability to disable spikes on platforms, green turbo-boost platforms, red falling platforms, and platforms that move Countdown upon start Ability to pause (press p while playing) Ability to exit to main menu while playing
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sun Jun 12 16:49:55 UTC 2011
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sun Jun 12 16:50:24 UTC 2011


Very nice! Looks great, runs great. Well done. The only thing I noticed is that sometimes I felt like there was no way to get any further -- too many obstacles. However, that might just be that I am really bad at this game =)


I think my next update will deal with increasing difficulty. Maybe as you get higher the the probability that a platform will be red or have spikes on it increases. Right now it's coded so there will never be two spikes in a row, so it is always *possible* to get to the next platform. Also you are able to turn off any obstacle you don't want in the options menu.


Very nicely done. I like the smooth movement for the acceleration/deceleration of the jumps.

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