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Review by  Matt Adler
Reviewed on 2004-11-22
Attention span: 10/10 Levels that never end will keep you playing for a while. Not to mention the external level support.
Controls: 10/10 Great.
Implementation: 10/10 A fantastic idea that has been well programmed.
Overall: 10/10 One of my all time favorites.

Plain Jump v1.1 is awesome! It is a fast-paced action game originally written for the TI-85 by Andreas Ess, and ported to the TI-82 by Sam Heald. In this game, you control a ball across a plain filled with holes. You either dodge them or jump them, and whenever you hit one, you lose a life. The graphics are pretty simple. A circle for a ball and black for the plain. Whoa.

The controls of Plain Jump are so simple: [2nd] to jump and the directional pad to move the ball around. I absolutely love this game, and sould never be removed from your calculator.

Review by  Rodney Blythe
Reviewed on 2004-08-31
Overall Rating-10/10 Outstanding (A rare rating!)
Gameplay-10/10 Outstanding
Graphics-9/10 Superb
Speed-10/10 Outstanding
"Plain Jump" is a very high speed arcade-like game. The graphics are superb, as seen in the animated screenshot above. The ball’s animations, in particular, make for a very 3D feel in this game as well. The speed of the game is never an issue. As though this game wasn't good enough already, it has a level editor so that the fun never ends! I find this feature very fascinating, because it allows for the easy creation of new levels for the game. "Plain Jump" is, and will forever remain, a classic calculator game. Download it now! Have Fun and Happy Downloading!

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