Helix Jump is the game everyone talks about. Its simplicity is one of the keys to its success. It’s got some bad stuff, too. The free version has too many ads. Too many unnecessary permissions, also required during the installation of the application on a mobile phone. If you ignore these two things and start playing with it, you’ll quickly wonder about the Helix Jump levels. How many levels are there? What is the record level achieved? What is the difference between one level and another one? Here are the answers.
How to advance between levels in Helix Jump?
The objective of the Helix Jump’s player is to reach the bottom of each level in the game. The way to achieve this is to drop the ball through the holes in the circular platforms. You have to avoid the ball bouncing in the red areas or you have to start the level from the beginning. When a level is reached, the progress is saved.
What is the difference between one level and another?
- The main difference is the increasing difficulty.
- Some parts of the circular platforms become mobile. This changes the holes where the ball can pass and the areas where it can bounce.
- Some levels are longer than others.
- There are levels with more red zones.
- When the fourth level is reached, barriers appear that make progress more difficult.
- The color scheme is different from level to level.
How many levels are there in Helix Jump?
No one knows exactly how many levels the game has. No one has ever reached a level where the game ends.
This is the highest level of Helix Jump I’ve ever seen: 9,513 level
In the following video, you can see a gameplay that ends at level 9,513
Updated (16 November 2019):
A few days ago we received a communication from Youtube.
In this communication YouTube tells us that it will apply new rules in relation to the U.S. online child privacy protection law. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, COPPA).
Channels are urged to indicate whether their audience may include children. They also give the option to indicate this on each video individually. Youtube indicates somewhat ambiguous criteria on how to determine if a video or channel has a children’s audience. However, Youtube places the legal responsibilities exclusively on the channels, in the event that the videos have a mislabeled audience.
Faced with this situation, and in order to avoid possible legal problems, we have been pushed to withdraw the dubious videos. This includes all videos related to games (such as Helix Jump or Plink) or drawing videos of comic characters. We regret this fact and apologize, especially to the viewers who had sent us Helix Jump records and glitches videos. This will also cause us to definitively stop validating Helix Jump records.
Once again we apologize and wish to continue to count on your attention.
The video belongs to our channel where there are uploaded a gameplay in which the player Niza, from Mexico, passes different levels and she gets the Helix Jump World Record. The channel is El Reloj de Sol. It can be useful as an example if you find some level complicated.
So just take it easy. Rest between games and check out our games section from time to time.
Featured image: Google Play