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After I wrote the Crossy Road review my dad was contacted about Mad Hop. The best part is they promised payment if we would write a review on their free downloadable only app. They tried to compare Mad Hop to Crossy Road, but they are way different games to me.

In Mad Hop gamers hold down to determine how far they will jump. It is like one space to up to six or seven spaces forward. Note if you hold down until the bar reaches the end it will launch you that far. So the bar does not come back waiting for the player to release.

Mad Hop is a much harder game than Crossy Road, and there are less characters in Mad Hop to pick from. There is another major difference in Mad Hop - when you purchase coins, watch ads, or earn them in the game (both from gifts that happen after so much time has expired, or finding them in levels); then you purchase the characters you want. Crossy Road is more random and you may get the same character more than once.

Families can get addicted to Mad Hop, especially once they figure out the hopping mechanic. It is always fun to beat your high score and see how much farther you can go. Graphically Mad Hop is not as good looking as Crossy Road in my opinion.

One area that Mad Hop excels at is the sounds. Especially the music in this downloadable only free app with ads, and in-app purchases. The music is so familiar to me. I can't place it. I do really enjoy it though. Most of the special effect sounds are neat too.

There are less characters in Mad Hop than in Crossy Road. That means there are less characters families may find offensive. I expect additional characters will be added to Mad Hop in the future. Especially if this app takes off. Another item worth mentioning is your character turns to a ghost when you die in Mad Hop. Also don't wait too long in one spot or you will get the elephant.
- Kid Gamer


Graphics: 40%
Sound: 85%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: iPad/iPhone
Publisher: Gamecubator Labs
Developer: Gamecubator Labs
Rating: '9+' – Everyone NINE and OLDER ONLY {Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy
Violence,Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor}
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Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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