Jetpack vs Colors is a new game for the iOS and Android platform by TabTale subsidiary Crazy Labs that plays like a mix between Color Switch and Flappy Bird, and other games. Your goal is to endlessly travel forward through level after level, making it through increasingly difficult obstacles and earning as many points as you can. Read on for some tips and tricks for Jetpack vs Colors!
You begin with the game with your character as one color. The obstacles will be either green, blue, red, purple, or orange. You have to crash through obstacles that are the same color as your character, and avoid obstacles that are a different color. When you pass through a flashing wall, your character will then change colors.
You can either play in an endless mode or in the levels mode. For the endless mode, all that you have to do is tap the screen to start the game. Your score will then be judged on how many points you earn, which is determined by how long you stay alive. For the level-based mode, the goal is simply to win in order to move onto the next level.
You have a bunch of skins that you can unlock, as well. Since there is no currency system in the game, the way to unlock skins is to complete a bunch of tasks. Some tasks involve beating a specific level, while others involve things that you can only do in the endless mode, such as earning a specific number of points and things like that. Do all of these and you will be able to unlock all of the skins.
Obstacles will get tougher and more confusing as you get farther into the game. In the level-based mode, the obstacles are the same every time you play, except with occasional color changes and vertical direction changes, but otherwise, the layout of one level will be predictable every time. The layout of endless mode changes every single time, so you have to be ready for anything.
Even when you crash into a same-colored obstacle, which doesn’t kill you, watch out and make sure that it doesn’t smash you into another shape that’s a different color than you. Because this is a physics based game, there is a realistic chance that an object like this could flip, catch you, and send you flying upward even faster than a jump would. If it sends you downward, at least you can recover by jumping, but there is no recovery if you fly upward.