Jellyflop! Players Get Early Holiday Present
Article by George Norman
On 19 Dec 2012
Just days before Christmas, Concrete Software updated the free and quite fun Jellyflop! app, adding new levels, new hats, and new gameplay feature.

The holidays came early for Jellyflop! players, app developer Concrete Software was happy to announce. The holiday present came in the form of an update – the first major content update for the game. Said update introduces new levels, new hats, and a new gameplay feature. Let’s take a closer look at the elements that make up this update, shall we?

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New Levels
The update adds 40 new levels and 2 new zones; I remind you that the game started out with 100 levels spread across 5 zones. This means that there are now 140 fun levels spread across 7 zones, instead of 5: sea skippin’, beach bouncin’, jungle jumpin’, snow soarin’, volcano vaultin’, sea slidin’, and beach boostin’.

New Hats
As you play the game you collect water drops that you can spend on hats for Jelly. The update introduces 4 news hats, including a very festive Christmas hat (check out the screenshot below to see what I’m talking about).



New Gameplay Feature
A new Boost Line is the new gameplay feature the updated Jellyflop! app introduces. If you played the game, you know that most surfaces cause Jelly to bounce or flop – Boost Line does not work like that. What it does is it draws him in and speeds him along to the end of the line.

“We’ve had great success so far with Jellyflop! on Android and we’ve been listening to our fans,” said Keith Pichelman, CEO of Concrete Software. “Hats have been very popular and of course more levels and mechanics are always a good thing. We’re looking forward to adding more mechanics, more levels, more hats, more of everything in future updates.”

Jellyflop! is available for free in the Play Store here.
Check out our previous Jellyflop! coverage here.





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