orb3000 · May 10, 2010 at 07:16 am

Groovy Jump Free – a simple Doodle Jump clone for WM

Member kandratt presents Groovy Jump Free, a nice and addictive game based on iphone´s “Doodle Jump” for our Windows Mobile devices. To be able to play with the free version all you need is to have a device with an accelerometer, it should work with any resolution. You must have .NET Compact Framework 2.0 or higher installed.
If you’re bored with your actual games, go and have a look at this one, you´ll have fun for sure!

Originally posted by kandratt
Groovy Jump Free, a really absorbing PDA game based on the same principle as world-famous Doodle Jump on iPhone. The user plays as a penguin and controls it with accelerometer: the task is to jump from one ice platform to another, avoiding sharks, bears and other dangerous but rather sweet-looking creatures. The platforms can move, break or push the player forward; there is also a good variety of bonuses. The highest scores are displayed on the global chart!

Key features of Groovy Jump Free

  • Addictive gameplay;
  • Accelerometer-based control;
  • Different kinds of platforms, monsters, bonuses;
  • Free of charge.
  • 2800 score maximum

In the nearest future the game will be enriched with new skins, monsters, levels and challenges.

System Requirements

  • WM5 / WM6 /WM6.1 / WM6.5
  • VGA / QVGA / WVGA / WQVGA / SVGA / SQVGA
  • .NET Compact Framework 2.0 (for settings only)

Continue on to the  game thread for more information.


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