Jelly is something that can be pretty fun to play with, so one would expect a game with the name Jelly Car 2 to be pretty fun. This platform driving game by Disney is the paid sequel to the popular free game Jelly Car. With tons of new features and game modes such as a long jump mode and a level creator, this game does not disappoint.
Jelly Car 2 is true to its name in the sense that everything is made from Jelly. Everything. The levels, the car and even the menu, all jelly. But this isn’t just any jelly, it’s jelly that can withstand high speed crashes. The goal of the game is, of course, to drive your car all the way to the finish flag. Trying to find your way to flag is often very tricky as many obstacles such as walls, ramps and moving platforms stand in your way.
In Jelly Car 1, the only real special ability you had was to expand and shrink your car. In this sequel, two new power-ups were added. Throughout the levels you can pick up a “sticky tire” power up which allows your car to drive up vertical walls. The other special is a helium balloon. Activate this item and your car will float skywards. These power-ups were a great addition as it adds a whole new challenge to the game. Another cool feature about this game is that you can customize your own car that you drive. You can drive pretty much any type of car and in any color.
Jelly Car 2 also features 3 new game modes: Factory mode, long-jump mode and a level creator mode. In factory mode the goal is to direct different shape blocks into their respective containers by switching levers. To be honest, I have no idea why this game mode was added because it has nothing to do with Jelly Car. Also, this game mode only has one level so it becomes boring very quickly. Long-jump mode is a game where you have to drive your car off ramps and see how for you can go before you hit the ground. Now this may not sound too fun but it is actually pretty addicting and with 5 different levels I think this game mode is great. Finally, there is the level creator mode. This seemed pretty exciting at first but overall it was pretty disappointing. For one, the level creator is not very user friendly and takes forever to get the hang of. Secondly, you can’t share the levels you you create with your friends which I find kind of defeats the purpose of this game mode.
Overall, this is a good game and for those who enjoyed Jelly Car 1, you will be pleased with this sequel. This game is without a doubt worth it’s o.99$ price tag, however I would recommend that people try Jelly Car 1 before purchasing this game.
App Store Link – Jelly Car 2
Price when purchased : 0.99$
Replay Value 4/5
Overall Rating 3.7/5Read More