Updated on September 1 at 17:24: You can get started on One More Jump right now by grabbing it from the App Store for free. Android version will follow shortly.<p>SMG Studios has been sating our needs for challenging arcade games through titles like Thumb Drift and One More Line. Their next release One More Jump looks to continue that trend when it releases later this week.</p><p>Across 70 levels, you control the leaps of an agile cube as it jump and slides through tricky stages. One touch is all you need to reach the end; hazards such as gravity wells, bumps, and switches force you to jump with precision.</p><p>Aside from the hand-crafted levels, One More Jump will also feature randomly-generated daily levels, as well as themes and cube avatara to unlock.</p><p>Look for One More Jump when it arrives on the App Store and Google Play on Thursday. More details on the game can be found the developer's site.</p><p>We've not covered Mortal Kombat 11 on PG before now - probably because nobody quite believes it's coming to Switch - but having just sat through every character reveal trailer I have a question. How come Cassie Cage is the only character to get beaten up in her reveal trailer?</p><p>Watch all the other character-specific reveal trailers and you'll see the star of that trailer absolutely annihilating their opponent to show off their moveset. Sure, they take a hit or two, but that's usually just to show a reversal or counter move which is context-sensitive.</p><p>Cassie, however, gets thrashed. No other trailer has shown the star get hit by an X-Ray move, yet Cassie's face gets caved in by Kano with no reversal to speak of. Kano even manages to get off some quips at Cassie as he batters her around the arena - again, not something that's happened before. (Warning: the video below is suuuuper violent.)</p>
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