Leap On!



    Leap On!'s review

    Published: 2017-07-27, by .

    Jump high, high, high, but just don’t die when you come back down

    • Incredibly fun to play
    • Smooth-running cartoony visuals
    • Upbeat soundtrack
    • Simple, challenging, addicting, and very fun
    • Good reflex challenge
    • Lacks additional gameplay content and modes
    • Learning curve
    • Some unclear and unexplained gameplay elements

    "Catch the ball"


    Thrown into the middle of a shaped-filled grinder, there’s only one thing you can do: leap with all your might. In Leap On! for the iOS and Android, you’ll have to jump to avoid falling into the center. You’ll touch and hold on the screen to leap as far as you can, making sure to avoid other obstacles that will put an end to your run, such as black shapes. You’ll also collect power ups to stay alive for as long as you can. With quick, arcade-style gameplay, how long can you last in Leap On?


    While you shouldn’t expect a lot of game modes, you will have a great time playing through Leap On!, as the game features smooth-running cartoony visuals, an upbeat soundtrack to keep you motivated, and a strong entry-level reflex challenge for just about any gamer.


    Besides the lack of additional game modes, I was let down by the game’s lack of content, including customization options, meaning that you’re stuck with the style that you see on the screen. You should also expect a learning curve, as there are some elements, namely power-ups, that aren’t clearly explained.

    Daniel Adrian Sanchez

    by Daniel Adrian Sanchez

    Jul 27, 2017


    Experience one touch arcade gaming at its finest.

    Touch and hold to swing around the centre while avoiding the black shapes. Grab power ups and enjoy causing chaos while getting the highest score you can. Leap, live and have fun!

    - Quick, intense non-stop action
    - Exciting power ups to discover
    - One touch portrait gaming for any situation
    - Leaderboards and Achievements
    - Stylized graphics and soundtrack

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