Ive played a lot of jumpala. From the early builds to the demos and finally release. I can say this game has a lot of replay value with a good amount of variety in the gameplay and playing style no 2 matches are going to be the same. Not to mention the secrets you can find. This game has a community that is very welcoming and encouraging making me very excited to see the future of the game.

Real player with 56.2 hrs in game

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Just got done playing this game with a friend online for several hours. It’s late and we should go to bed, but we couldn’t put the controllers down. The game is addicting and a ton of fun to play. We laughed with each other and had a great time. I highly recommend this game!

Real player with 53.9 hrs in game

Jumpala on Steam

Super Head Ball

Super Head Ball

Super Head Ball is an action-packed multiplayer game that pits two teams of warriors against each other as they fight to throw a decapitated head into a blazing pyre. With simple controls and 4-player local multiplayer, matches are fast, frantic, and intense. Join your friends and get ready to jump, double-jump… and die a lot as the bullets and heads fly. Turning the head into a weapon, bouncing it off walls, and using the arena to your advantage are the keys to success.

Pick Up & Play

Jump and Shoot are the only two buttons you need to get the hang of to enjoy Super Head Ball and start flinging heads into fires and at friends. The control scheme is simple to learn, but you’ll be mastering your double jumps, head bounces, gravity shots, and alley-oops for a long time to come.


Play as a team in 2v2 matches and work together to beat your friends! Pass, bounce, and alley-oop the head to your teammate as you aim to score before your opponents. Oh and try to avoid friendly fire if you can.

Unique Battle Arenas

Do battle in 20+ arenas spread across 3 environments that each provide their own crazy features. Between bouncing on head-eating frogs in the Temple or running on the ceiling in the Space Station there is a lot of room for fun experimentation!

Trick Shots

Style on your friends by finding the most creative ways to throw the head into the fire! You might not get any extra points, but it’s a great way to show off your mastery of the mechanics.

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Super Head Ball on Steam



So far, pretty fun! I like the music, the art style, its great! My only complaint is the lack of online battles. I want to play locally, or match up with my friends via friend battle. Thats just my nitpick though. The AI is challenging so I don’t mind too much.

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game

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Fan of the old jump n bump from the 90s. Used to sit there playing jump bump as we called it. As kids 4 of us on one keyboard those were the days . This is very similar. I really like this game. I certainly would like more levels but I guess maybe one day lol.

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

HopSquash! on Steam

Alien Duel Elements

Alien Duel Elements

A-M-A-Z-I-N-G !

This is the perfect game if you want to kick your friends a***. The graphics are great and we can customize different aspects of the game.

I recommended it to all my friends.

Congrats to the dev. I’m waiting for your next games !

Real player with 8.9 hrs in game

Good Game! The games can be very customizable! Excellent

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Alien Duel Elements on Steam



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OneJump is based on a good concept but falls short in terms of execution. It just lacks the necessary polish and does nothing good enough to justify playing it.


OneJump is extremely simple and easy to understand. You move a block to the left or right on a line and have to hit targets via jumping. A jump that does not connect with a target will end the current run. Later on, obstacles will start to fall randomly, and hitting them also equals death.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

The game is really wonderful, it has nice music and beautiful retro graphics! If you concentrate a little, you have a small chance of making it into the ranking Top 10 … I love it 3

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

OneJump on Steam

Charge Champs

Charge Champs

Its a fun and competetive game with friends. Not much variety in what it actually has as of content but for the price point its a Good game for how much you get for what you paid for. I haven’t played much but thew little ive played its really a decent game.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Charge Champs on Steam





Legions of hostile space creatures are chomping at the bit to break through Earth’s atmosphere and make our planet their own. You have been enlisted to join the Hoovernauts - an elite team of combat specialists operating in space and led by a military general known only by his code name: Hoover. It’s your job to protect the planet, invade hostile space bases, and train against other Hoovernauts. The universe will never be the same.

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Hoovernauts on Steam

Velvet Guard

Velvet Guard


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Sometimes you unexpectedly find a real gem. This game is such a hidden gem. A small, but very polished game that I never heard of before, but understood in seconds and had fun with immediately!

The premise is simple: Kill your opponents, like in Towerfall or Duck Games. You got only one bullet. After shooting it, you have to retrieve it before you can shoot again. The different levels contain death traps, like spikes or lava. Also each character can choose a super ability, like the possibility to kill opponents by jumping on their heads. You also have a few options to select and gamemodes to choose from - and then the fun starts!

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

An awesome multiplayer game to play with your friends, to a good price too. There’s even possiblity to play online with Parsec!

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

Velvet Guard on Steam



I played this game for over 60 hours on PS4, getting every achievement (currently the same achievements on both platforms).

Skip this first paragraph if you want to get straight to pros, cons, and opinion

N++ is a simple in concept minimalistic 2d platformer. Guide your character, the ninja, avoiding various traps, obstactles, and fall damage in search of riches. (gold coins scattered throughout levels). The ninja can wall jump and move in any direction. Every level has at least one door switch that opens a door to the end of the level. Navigate to that open door to finish a level. There are between 2000 and 2500 total official levels in three modes called Co-op, race, and solo mode ranging from easy/tutorial scaling up to the extremely challenging. All of these modes consist of episodes that have a pack of 5 levels together. As time passes in a level the score counts down. When that score hits 0 the ninja explodes and must start the level over. The time is additive in every episode. Collecting gold adds time. After beating an episode, it is possible to select levels individually. There are global leaderboards for every individual level and episode as well as friend leaderboards and replays for every best personal score. There is an in-game editor where players can make and play community made levels.

Real player with 491.5 hrs in game

N has been a series I’ve followed since around 2006, where I would secretly play it during class. The game was pretty special back then since it was made in flash, yet it was so well made and content rich that it could of passed as a AAA title at the time. Flash forward to 2016 with the release of N++ and it still holds strong as being one of the best platformers out there.

N++ is the best version of N, being the most polished and content rich of the series, but what makes this game truely special is something that has existed since the first version of N, that being its very well executed movement mechanics. N was a game that focused purely on platforming, there’s basically no story, no abilities, no player gimmicks, no killing enemies (they’re are plenty of enemies to kill you however). It’s just you and your ability to run, jump and wall jump.

Real player with 420.1 hrs in game

N++ (NPLUSPLUS) on Steam

Rad Rocket

Rad Rocket

Hear ye, hear ye! Hear the news… and despair! For the robots have acquired rockets!

This is very much a fun, although frustrating game! The style is pretty memorable and reminds me of Borderlands. Controls are somewhat tricky in the beginning though I picked ‘em up quickly enough. The collisions/mouse are sometimes a bit finicky still, though maybe this is more of a ‘git gud’ aspect than an actual complaint :P

I’m definitely failing/falling often, most of the times by attempting to grab the collectible hats (which are very cute!) but the smooth smooth soundtrack helps rein in the frustration… No, seriously, the jazz is smoother than a baby’s bottom. Each time I go up again, though, I get a little bit better, a little bit faster, so I’d say this game also has lots of speed run potential! All in all, a pretty great game for a solid price!

Real player with 32.3 hrs in game

60 minute review (in-depth review will follow after 10 hours)!

This game! It’s funny, it’s frustrating but mostly it’s frustratingly funny!

First experience:

After 60 minutes all I can say is: “FFFFFFFFFFuuuuudge” since I dropped down again after a brutal climb where I eventualy panicked from making the right move/jump!

And what do you get for it as a reward? A hat and a 300 meter drop back to the start.

Silver lining: Atleast you will develop the needed skills for that first part pretty fast.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Rad Rocket on Steam