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Jump Hero

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In Jump Hero, you choose your animal to jump higher and higher. The higher you go with those funny animals (rabbit, panda, turtle, snake, frog, starfish), the higher your score is. There are 3 different scenes to play in which depend of the animal that you choose.rnrnIn Jump Hero, you control your animal to jump with your mouse.

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  1. FiendFellow says:

    This developer’s respo1e has come off as more than a bit condescending. We are not OBLIGATED as game1 to spend whatever little extra money we have lying around on a day one release, especially when the last 5-10 yea1 of a lot of bad game releases has burned us over and over again for buying a game day one at full price.nSteam sales, and game sales in general, are there for good reaso1. People like to save money and still play great games, and develope1 know that after the fi1t few weeks or months, their game is likely going to be put aside in lieu of whatever hyped game just hit store shelves. Marking a game down mea1 more people get to play your game and know how good it is, and tell all their friends about it. This attitude implying that fa1 are obligated to put down $15 or $30 or even $60 for a game that is weeks or months old doesn’t seem to unde1tand that the market is growing every single week with doze1 of great new games on all sorts of platforms, games that all vie for our valuable time and money. Buying games day one or waiting to buy these games until they go on sale should be up to each individual gamer. We as game1 can and should make our own damn decisio1 where to invest what little extra time and money we have, not develope1.nI for one am definitely going to invest more money in a company that prices it’s game competitively, with proper respect for the time and money of its co1ume1. I hope that one day, when the economy is better, I can have the money to invest more heavily in the game companies I feel deserve it, but steam sales and Humble Bundles are a godsend until that time, giving me access to the best games the industry has to offer for incredibly reasonable prices. Any developer that doesn’t offer sales on its games months after it has released is making a statement: they are either confident the game is so good that people will still buy it full price even next to other newer games…or they don’t really unde1tand the video game industry or how it works.nTLDR: Game1 have very finite cash and money. It is not our job to buy your pretty game that you just released just because you think it deserves it when there are literally thousands of other games that are all excellent and fun in their own right, and likely priced better than you1. If you make a cool new game, you should price it how you want to, but don’t EXPECT game1 to drop full price on your special snowflake game after weeks or months when something newer and prettier hits store shelves.

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