Connect colorful lines of Jelly to solve over 100 levels in this compelling puzzle adventure. Why don’t you jump in and make a big splash in Jelly Land?
Jelly Splash is completely free to play but some in-game items such as extra moves or lives will require payment or Facebook connection. You can turn off the payment feature by disabling in-app purchases in your device’s settings.
In short, Jelly Splash is Wooga’s latest take on the unstoppable Candy Crush Saga format that has achieved such an unprecedented amount of success for developer King in recent years. In the game, players will find themselves clearing dozens of colorful, squishy jelly creatures as they make their way through the game’s 100 challenging puzzles to save the jelly kingdom from an evil swarm of invading purple mushrooms. But although some people might favor jelly over candy in real life, after popping hundreds of the little squishy guys myself, it becomes apparent that there’s very little substance to be found underneath all that tantalizing jelly coating. Read more »
I don’t know about you, but if I had my vote, I’d choose jelly over peanut butter any day of the week. But even I didn’t know that jelly could look so appealing as it does in the new match-3 puzzler Jelly Splash, where the titular “Jelly” turns out to be little squishy creatures, and not something you spread on a piece of bread. The game is being developed by Wooga, the same studio that brought us recent hits like Pearl’s Peril and Kingsbridge. And after all, a game called “Peanut Butter Splash” just sounds like a gross sticky mess. Read more »