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Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Samurai High Jump is a new Flash release from GamePure with a passing resemblance to Nanaca Crash, but not quite as addictive. Left click to plant the pole, then repeat the same action to control your ascent. The game doesn't end unless you make three mistakes consecutively, while the height of the bar is incremented progressively for each successful jump.

Name: Samurai High Jump
Developer: GamePure
Category: Action
Type: Browser
Blogger Mr. Shen said at 12/20/2007 12:45:00 PM:  
Just for folks who are confused, you don't click the mouse button on the people. You click on it when you get close to the "blue mountain" where the "click" circle appears.