Jump Into the Plane is a game about, well, you can probably guess what it’s about from its name. You’re trying to catapult a vehicle into a plane. Every jump gets you a bit closer, you get some coins and upgrade and hope that next time you’ll land in the plane.
There’s not a lot to do here, but there are some things you’re going to want to get to grips with if you want to make sure you’re always getting closer to your airborne landing spot. Which is why we’ve written this here guide.
It’s packed full of all the strategies we’ve discovered during our time playing Jump Into the Plane, and now we’re passing them on to you. These? These are just the best hints, tips and cheats for Jump Into the Plane.
Your score multiplier level stays the same between jumps, but you’ll need to upgrade your engine and boost from one every time you’re controlling a new vehicle. Upgrade those two as a priority, but don’t forget about your multiplier – the more gold you’re getting, the quicker you can upgrade.
Don’t tap retry
Even when you know you’re not going to make it – which is going to be a lot of the time – don’t tap the retry button. If you do, you won’t be getting all of the coins that you could have earned, which means you’re less likely to be able to upgrade. The only time you should retry is if you’re completely stuck and the game won’t drop you back at the start
Watch the videos to upgrade, not for more coins
You get a better return on your investment if you watch the videos to increase your stats instead of watching them to gain more coins. Neither of them do much to lessen the grind, but at least you’re guaranteed a boost if you watch the upgrade videos. Check the rewards in the top right corner as well – you’ll get coins when you’ve watched a set number of videos.
Changing vehicles costs real money
When the game offers you a chance to change vehicle, you shouldn’t take it – unless you’re willing to spend some pretty eye-watering amounts of real-life money. You’re better off just grinding through the levels, making the jumps when you can and not spending any money.
Your boost is automatic
While there is a button next to your boost meter, and you can press it, you’re better off just letting the game deal with it. It’ll kick in as soon as you’re airborne, and there’s not much you can do when it does other than turn it off and back on again, which isn’t going to get you any farther along the track.