Platform Games

Platform games are one of the more exciting types of gaming on mobile devices. These high-flying adventures have become very popular with everyone from kids to adults. It is so intense that many games now have this as a theme. With platforms, there are tons of obstacles that you must jump over and collect items along the way. Plus, you will need to make sure that you stay above water at all times. Jumping your way to success is definitely an exciting way to spend some time on a mobile device!

Jumper Rush Game: This high-flying action-adventure takes you and your platforming friends to new heights by jump-kicking your way through levels. Jump from platform to platform, collect power ups as you go and avoid obstacles along the way. When you hit the bottom of the screen, your platforming character has fallen to the bottom too. There are three difficulty levels, so you are sure to find the right level for you.

The Legend of Zelda: This game takes you back to the ancient desert of Oasis and into the world of Link. Using the strengths of your character (usually the sword), you must fight your way through a variety of battles and puzzles. Although it does take a good deal of playing to master, platform games can be quite addicting, so if you are looking for something to play on a long car trip, this game is definitely for you!

Adventure genres definitely have their place among mobile devices. However, due to the large number of other options in this genre, the adventure platformers have lost much of their appeal. The majority of people who purchase these games do so with the expectation of replayability, or wanting to try something they haven’t played before in a large part of their genre. Most people who buy these games are often drawn to the cute, charming pixel graphics and the overall simplicity of many of these games.

Donkey Kong and Space Invaders are two examples of classic arcade style platform games that can be enjoyed today. The action in these games takes place on a game screen, and you must use the jumps only to reach special colored blocks that offer power up items and shoot at the alien creatures attempting to crush you. Although you will score points based on your kills, killing each enemy enriches your score, and even a few deaths can turn the tide in your favor. As you progress through the game, you will encounter increasingly difficult obstacles. Some of these include moving platforms that shoot at you, platforms that drop down and lock you in, and many others.

One of the most famous platform games of all time is Tetris, which you may remember from your school days. Here you will use an obstacle course to earn points by hitting the correct color of tetris pieces. The game comes with many variations, including variations with moving blocks that change color as you move over them, other variations where you have to line up pairs of colored coins in pairs that line up in a specific way, and even custom game modes. When playing Tetris, the focus is on the fast-paced game play, and the physics engine is designed to prevent you from simply bouncing off the edges of the board. For this reason, many people do not consider it a sport, but rather a type of gambling.

Sonic the Hedgehog, a hedgehog like character first appeared in the arcade game series on the NES, is perhaps the most well known of all the classic platform games. In addition to his traditional moving stick and his ability to pick up objects, Sonic the Hedgehog has two additional attributes that make him unique among platform games in particular. First, in addition to his large shoe, he has a shield that he can use to deflect bullets. Second, unlike most other heroes, Sonic the Hedgehog has an endless supply of ammunition that is stored in his arms. These arms are spring loaded, and firing them will cause Sonic to jump and swing around the screen to continue shooting at enemies.

One of the most interesting things about Sonic the Hedgehog is his status as a hero of modernity. While playing platform games, we often feel that the limitations of technology and gaming systems are leading us to an imaginary world in which the game is the protagonist, and all others are simply tools or weapons used to combat this or that enemy. In contrast, in the world of Sonic the Hedgehog, there is no doubt that the hedgehog is a real person, with real goals and real responsibilities. This makes him a more human character than many other characters in retro games, and a much more interesting protagonist in general.