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  • Summary: Be a benevolent deity and help your pygmy scale new heights. Bounce upward, navigate the various types of platforms, and collect as many gems as possible. These gems are not only valuable, but they also give you a sparkly height boost.
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 7
  2. Negative: 0 out of 7
  1. Nov 5, 2013
    80
    Bolt Creative's Pocket God: Ooga Jump is hardly an original effort - it's essentially a more tropical edition of Doodle Jump - but it still manages to impress, thanks to its diversity of dangers and trouble-free control system. Despite the time it takes to collect gems, and the somewhat repetitive gameplay, it's an undeniably joyous time-waster.
  2. Oct 31, 2013
    80
    It doesn't revolutionize the vertical jumping genre, but that doesn't stop Pocket God: Ooga Jump being pleasant fun.
  3. Nov 1, 2013
    80
    Pocket God: Ooga Jump is entertaining, challenging, and designed to keep things fresh making it a should buy that instantly leaps to the top of the endless jumping genre.
  4. Nov 4, 2013
    70
    Looking like a skinned version of Doodle Jump, Ooga Jump incorporates a lot of the fun nuances that made Pocket God so enjoyable while providing fans a full-fledged spin-off in its own right.
  5. Nov 6, 2013
    70
    If you’re a fan of the Pocket God franchise or Doodle Jump-style games, you’re going to have a good time here. If you’re burned out on either, though, Ooga Jump isn’t going to do a lot to change your mind.
  6. Nov 5, 2013
    65
    That is the problem with Ooga Jump, it doesn’t have the staying power. The gameplay isn’t varied enough to be the full experience it wants to be.
  7. Oct 31, 2013
    50
    Pocket God: Ooga Jump is a reasonably competent take on Doodle Jump, but flat gameplay and a remarkably stingy currency system limit its already modest potential.