Hundreds, if not thousands of video games are released for smartphones each month, but only a handful manage to leave a long-lasting impression. Those that remain in the mind of the users for a long while offer a fun experience that remains fresh regardless of how much time is spent on playing them. Jetpack Joyride is, without a doubt, one of those timeless games that will remain a hit for years to come despite the fact that they were released a long time ago. A constant stream of updates brought new items and features that keep users interested even today.
About Jetpack Joyride
Help Barry Steakfries to travel across a lab filled with dangerous traps, angered researchers, and amazing power-ups in the quest to reach the escape door and fly away into the sunset. Accept the challenge and pilot a rich selection of jetpacks, ranging from the cute Bubble Gun Jetpack to the Golden Piggy Pack, which can distract researchers with a rain of bills or the divine Angel Wings. All of them await to offer a thrilling adventure as you progress through the game. Or make a quick switch and take a trip on the adrenaline-filled wave-rider.
The new Jetpack Joyride update
Dangerous missions will offer the chance to earn valuable rewards that can be spent to unlock a selection of useful items that can enhance your gameplay experience. New goals will be available from time to time, and special events will offer the chance to get unique items.
Keep a sharp eye on the screen and grab those shiny coins while dodging the angry researchers, nifty traps, and guided missiles which seek to bring you on the ground. Counter their effects by using power-ups and gadgets. Prove your skills by earning achievement and showcase your high scores among friends with social media integration The latest Jetpack Joyride 1.26.2 update comes with new bug fixes.
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