Jump In SauceRS Guide

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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

In this guide, I will teach you how the game called Jump In SauceRS works.

Free and Paid Versions

There are two versions of this game, a free version and a paid version. The free version only comes with a few levels, the paid comes with all of them.

Positions

There are positions on the screen, with numbers going from 1 to 8. These can be found on the left side going up and down, and also on the right side going the same direction.

Positions Starting from The Left Side of the Screen:

Position 1. Top left

Position 2. Middle left

Position 3. Between the middle left and bottom left

Position 4: Bottom left

Positions Starting from The Right Side of the Screen:

Position 5. Top right

Position 6. Middle right

Position 7. Between middle right and bottom right

Position 8: Bottom right

Position 7 and 8 are usually used for gameplay,, so they are usually empty, but once in a while they are occupied. Position 2 will always be the Audio Insights. These usually help if you can't understand the different voices speaking.

Position 6 will always give information about how many shields you have, how many missles, and how many lives as well. You have 3 lives.

Position 3 will be the pause button, but note that asteroids can still come at you even if it is paused, so use it only in cases you have to.

Position 4 is Mission Control, or in battling terms, your shield.

Battle

Position 4: Shield

Position 7: Jump

Position 8: Attack

These 3 buttons control gameplay, and moving your spaceship is doable by tilting your device in the direction you want to go.Tilting your device forward will make your ship go faster and go to the bottom of the screen.

Asteroids

Asteroids will try and shoot you and you must avoid them as much as possible.

There are 2 ways you can avoid the asteroids.

You can either jump, or fire at them. Although you can shoot like crazy, try to keep your shots at a normal speed.

Settings

In the settings screen, you can make the text larger, smaller, or medium, music on, damp, or off, and voice on, damp, or off.

Conclusion

Although I might not of mentioned everything, I hope this guide gives you a good perspective of how to play the game. Contact me on AppleVis via my contact link or post a comment below. I will be happy to edit, erase, or change anything needed about this guide.

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