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April 06, 2016

jumphobia

There is no jump button, instead you automatically jump when you run off a ledge in the puzzle platformer jumphobia by Wix Games.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

first!
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Hespetre said...

interesting game. too bad it doesn't save progress.

Phred said...

I can't make this one work on my computer. First I get an error telling me to install Firefox (I AM using Firefox), then I get a second error telling me that WebGL cannot allocate enough memory (I have plenty). It then puts up what appears to be some kind of progress indicator, but never goes any farther.

Jana said...

Now that's an innovative one! Very nice, thanks for sharing! :)

ZET said...

Don´t know where to click to get it started :(

ZET said...

Scrolled down, i got it hahahaha sorry

Anonymous said...

I can't run this one. I get an information that it is unsafe (java).

GoatBoat said...

Well I cant even get an error, all I get is that newgrounds is down.

Anonymous said...

Go to Kongregate. Works there.

Helen said...

I do really enjoy it, I am in 'world' 5 now and wondering when it will ever end! I've not had any problems playing it on Newgrounds, been playing it yesterday and today on there fine, I'm on Firefox.

Anonymous said...

That was fun!!! :)
Thank you for the share Bart! :)

Helen said...

It took me 5 days but I finally finished all the levels and zones. This game was really long, tricky, frustrating but ultimately very enjoyable, it reminded me slightly of the great game Vex which I play frequently, I've added this to my favourites!

Anonymous said...

This game was made with UNITY!
That's why some people are having problems.

Anonymous said...

Sooo easy!
It took longer to load than to play.

Anonymous said...

"Sooo easy!
It took longer to load than to play."

I am guessing this person only played the opening level. Close the popup about getting the game for your phone, and there will be many more levels with increasing difficulty.

Nat R. said...

Now THIS is my kind of game! Very hard and occasionally frustrating, but broken up into just the right level lengths to be convenient without being boring, and you can work on it for days. I regard it sort of as a template for levels; you can play the initial levels to introduce yourself to the game elements, then play some of the harder levels if you want a challenge, see what other people have done with it, or make your own levels.

As for me, I'm going for 100% completion on the original levels- I've gotten up to the fourth area of portals, but I'm having trouble with the "Tricky Tavern" level; they really do get very hard. I'll manage it eventually.

I was surprised that it worked for me on Chrome- I didn't even have to download anything. I guess Unity "Personal edition" runs differently from regular Unity...

Anonymous said...

Just because the game was made with Unity doesn't mean it can't be ported over to a more stable or safe engine (if that's the right term.)

Anonymous said...

Hello all. Wanted to check this game out but couldn't get it to run -was using FF with Win7Pro. I had windows issues I suspected were self induced since I've been ignoring Win10 install and had CD-R issues not related to anything on this topic. But things got worse so I consulted a very good windows tech (our local computer guru) who fixed up my computer for a very reasonable price (lucky us really - home service) who got me up and running with Win10 and using Chrome, gave really good advice and ample knowledge about how all these systems interface in win10. So first thing I tried was this game and Chrome gave me a warning about a program called "conduit" - this is malware you do not want on your computer - Chrome deleted/uninstalled it immediately and my tech had just warned me about any program installed that uses 'contuit' - go look for it on your computer and uninstall it if you have it. Fire Fox (FF) just wouldn't open it. So for me chrome is a great games browser for staying ahead of the malware and still enjoying a great game. Thanks Bart! PS, Chrome doesn't need Unity to run this program as I purposely uninstall UNITY then ran it from Chrome and it worked fine.

Anonymous said...

An amazing game, I love it. Thanks so much for suggesting it, an if you know any more similar ones, I would be glad if you could post them.

 

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