Four color jump is a platformer with assorted unlockable hentai.
(FxM) sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
Gameplay: published November 22nd, 2021 (2/5★)
What’s that trendy game from my childhood. . . no, not Flappy Bird. . . oh yeah, Doodle Jump! In this game, you must bounce between an endless flight of platforms. If you fall of the screen, it’s game over! There’s an arbitray point system, but what really counts are how many coins you collect! Coins may be used to purchase new cosmetics or adult animations from the gallery. Manually collecting coins gets tedious, so it’s a good idea to take advantage of the only interesting mechanic in the game; by jumping onto two platforms of the same color (in succession), you’ll automatically collect nearby coins and gain a temporary, big boost of speed! Once I discovered this mechanic, I found the will to play through another ten minutes of Four color jump. The first time I played this game, I lost interest and bought another game. The amount of grinding that’s required to unlock just one animation is grueling!
Sexual Content: published November 22nd, 2021 (2/5★)
With twelve animations, Four color jump offers a surprisingly robust gallery for the money; but the “interactivity” hurts the experience. Each animation is locked behind three minigames; the first has you “erase” clothing via the mouse cursor; the second has you locating a “gift” by drag-n’-dropping an object from the background; and the last has you holding the “space” key (or mouse button) until filling a gauge. All of these “games” require minimal effort, feeling more like a waste of time than meaningful content. Once you unlock the animation, you may watch a short loop that ends with a climax. It’s a shame the interactivity sucks so hard, because the artwork is not bad. There’s animation errors here and there, but for the most part the gallery is a reasonably fappable collection of hentai loops.
Story: published November 22nd, 2021 (1/5★)
There is no story. It’s clear No. 25 palmed some assets and hentai without a thought.
Sound: published November 22nd, 2021 (2/5★)
The user-interface is dreadful; if you mouse over the buttons too fast, you’ll be attacked by sharp electronic effects. I thought he music was fine, but it’s monotonous and thematically inappropriate. I really, really wanted to mute the application straight away (but I kept listening for you guys!) The best sounds in the game are the generic hentai sounds that are played while watching animations, but they weren’t good enough to stop me from muting the game.
Visuals: published November 22nd, 2021 (2/5★)
The game looks like low-effort cash grab. The user-interface is grossly amateurish — the way text overlaps onto itself is a testament of neglect (or total incompetency!) Spelling errors are commonplace, and the visual assets scream “PREMADE“. The windowed gameplay and oversized sprites put me under the impression that I was playing some sort of ported mobile game.
Audio, display and language preferences may be adjusted at any time via a gearbox icon. When viewing images from the gallery, you may totally hide the user-interface using the spectacles icon. Thanks No. 25 for including this feature! When I having tons of sex, I prefer not to have any floating arrows and keyboard prompts — they kinda break my immersion!
Verdict: published November 22nd, 2021 (2/5★)
Four color jump is a monotonous, low-effort game with decent generic hentai. Unfortunately, the hentai isn’t worth the effort of gameplay. It’s not hard by any stretch, it’s just about as fun as skipping stones — scratch that, I’d much rather be skipping stones! Who needs hentai when you have Google and mister righty? If No. 25 added a few interesting mechanics and increased the coin collection rate, Four color jump might be an okay game to kill thirty minutes. Until then, I’d look somewhere else for cheap thrills.