Juju On The Beat is an endless runner that just took the App Store by absolute storm - and it offers quite a challenge thanks to its shape-shifting platforms, breakneck pace, and precision platforming.
The best part of this high score chaser is the retro version of the hit song 'Juju On That Beat' that drives you forward as you play.
Given the immense challenge here, we played Juju on the Beat extensively to provide you with these precious few tips so you can be the absolute best.Look ahead
Anticipation is key to success in Juju on the Beat, so you should always be on the lookout for what's coming up and plan accordingly.
This means you won't have to rely so heavily on your reactions when those pesky platforms move or change shape.
Familiarise yourself with the platforms
The sequence of platforms you face may be randomly generated each time, but you can still learn what to expect from each type of platform to help you going forward.
For example, the bottom row of square / rectangle platforms often slide out to give you just enough running space to make the next jump.Time your jumps
Did you know that you can delay your jump to the very last moment - almost as you fall off the platform - to jump larger distances? Probably not, but it's vital to making some of those larger jumps.
You can use the lines that separate each cube on the platform as a reference. When your character approaches the last line, jump!
It takes a bit of practice to get the timing down, but after a while you'll be clearing those long jumps with ease.Ignore the gems
Gems don't offer you any advantages where gameplay is concerned - they're only used to unlock new characters, which are purely cosmetic.
If you're insistent on unlocking a new character, we'd recommend that you watch a video ad instead, as they earn you 20 gems a pop.Get rid of those annoying ads
You know those annoying ads that constantly disrupt your gameplay? Well, they don't have to.
In fact, you can get rid of them completely by simply turning your device onto aeroplane mode. It's much cheaper than an IAP.
Oh, and if you have any more handy tips and tricks, be sure to comment below!