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Parent Rating

Stack Jump is a simple gaming app in which players navigate a cute character atop a stack of blocks. Stack Jump is free to download and play, but features advertisements and in-app purchases. The Stack Jump app is rated for players ages four years and older and is a fun game people of all ages can enjoy.

About Stack Jump
Category
Games
In-App Purchases
yes
Rating
Everyone

What is Stack Jump?

Stack Jump is a simple gaming app in which players navigate a cute character atop a stack of blocks. Players must be dexterous to play Stack Jump as the tempo changes will keep their fingers flying. Stack Jump is free to download and play, but features advertisements and in-app purchases.

     

Like many other ad-based free gaming apps Stack Jump offers players the ability to resume their game after a misstep causes them to lose their turn, in exchange for watching a video ad.

 

Unlike other similar ad-heavy games, users do not need to interact with the ad for it to play or continue, they need only tap the ‘X’ to close the screen once an ad is finished playing. Stack Jump players can expect to see shorter ads between game play as well even after opting to “skip” the offer of resuming a turn.

 

Stack Jump does however, offer one in-app purchase, which is the ability to pay a one time fee of $2.99 to remove ads from the app and enjoy ad-free gameplay.
  

Once players download and open the Stack Jump app, the home screen features the character they will begin with, a play button, in addition to a button to select characters or additional game challenges. Select play and the game begins.

 

Players simply tap the screen to make their cute character jump, as blocks slide in from other side. If a player misses a jump, they’re bumped off by the incoming block, and they lose their turn. Successful jumps result in stacked blocks which create an ever higher tower.

 

Players managing to perfectly align an incoming block with the one beneath receive additional points for accuracy, resulting in an even higher score.

 

As players progress in Stack Jump the tempo begins to change, sliding blocks in at increasingly faster rates, and throwing in the odd slow block to try to trip players up.

 

The Stack Jump app is incredibly simple in design, but can be difficult to play. As players accrue points through successive games, they unlock additional characters which they can interchange each game.

 

Each character comes with its own theme or backdrop, adding a variety, not only in the character a user is playing with, but in the design of both the background and the blocks they’re working to jump atop and stack.

 

For example, a cute vampire character is set against the backdrop of a dark castle with bats flying around, while it jumps atop tombstone/mausoleum lids and caskets.

 

Stack Jump also offers four different types of challenges, for players tiring of the regular gameplay: Fireball, Perfect Jumps, High Speed and Underwater. Each of these challenges presents a different obstacle allowing players to hone their jumping and stacking skills.

Is Stack Jump safe for my kids?

This fun gaming app does not have many drawbacks and is safe for kids.

The Stack Jump app is rated for players ages four years and older and is a fun, if not nerve-wracking game people of all ages can enjoy. The only downside to this game is the sheer number of advertisements displayed, which seem to come at players from every screen. 

It’s important to note that all of the advertisements are for other gaming apps and rated for players of all ages.  

A static banner ad remains at the bottom of the screen throughout game play and players should be careful not to tap the banner, or they’ll be taken from the app platform to that of a third party.

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Stack Jump Parent Rating

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    Reviews: 2

  • Victoria B.

    Challenging game. Probably better for older kids and the ads get annoying

  • Joy D.

    Pretty fun for my kids to play but it seems like there's a lot of ads.