Helix Jump is a new endless game by Ketchapp where you drop down between the gaps through the platforms to score points – so while you do jump, the goal is to fall properly. Go for the highest score possible, and progress from level to level for new challenges. Read on for some tips and tricks for Helix Jump!
If you fall through one gap, you get one point, but if you fall through multiple gaps in a row, you get increasing amounts of points for each consecutive gap that you fall through – first one, then two, then three, etc, until you hit the ground on the next platform. And if you fall through three or more platforms at a time, then the next platform you hit, you’ll destroy.
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Avoid the red-colored slices of each platform. If you bounce on the normal portion of the platform, you’ll simply jump, but if you bounce into the red portion of a platform, you’ll die. The exception is if you drop onto the red part of the platform after skipping three platforms. You’ll just destroy it and move down to the next platform.
None of the levels are exactly endless. Watch the bar that goes between your current level number and the next level number, as that shows your progress on the level. If you can make it down to the end of the level, you’ll move onto the next level. The color of the ball will change, as will the color of everything else on the level, and you will add one point to your multiplier. Additionally, your score will continue to increase, and if you used your ad-continue on the previous level, you’ll get it back on the new level.
With each new level comes a new challenge as well. For example, towards the end of the third level, you’ll get red slices on the platform that move and that dynamically resize themselves in order to throw you for a new challenge. Towards the end of the fourth level, barriers will start popping up to block you from moving dynamically around the level.
Right now, it’s extremely early in the life of the game, so no unlocks are available. However, with the next update, as evidence by the “coming soon” sign on the icon in the main menu, the developers are planning to add unlocks, such as new balls and possibly even new backgrounds.