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Jelly No Puzzle (2013) is a game where you move cubes of jelly around to combine cubes of matching colours together. While it's a very simple concept, each level presents a unique challenge: overcoming vertical objects or getting one cube past another. The constant variation in level design, and the introduction of new mechanics, such as black jellies that you can use as platforms, maintains both challenge and novelty throughout.

In each level, you start with several jelly cubes of different colours and must bring all matching cubes together. You can move your cubes left and right, and they fall if there's nothing below them, but you cannot move up or climb walls. This means that what initially seems like a straightforward path to the solution turns out to be impossible, be it due to changes in the height of levels or jellies combining at inopportune moments.

When cubes of the same colour touch, they amalgamate into one larger shape. Although this feature can be a powerful tool, allowing you to create moveable bridges for other cubes to avoid falls, it can also become an obstacle, blocking the path a cube needs to take to get to the others of its colour.

It's this set of very simple and intuitive mechanics, that, while easy to learn, take a great deal of thinking, patience and experimentation to master, that combines with the varied and clever level design to make Jelly No Puzzle a difficult yet rewarding and unique play experience.

Our examiner, Ben Kendall, first checked Jelly No Puzzle 2 years ago. It was re-examined by Jo Robertson and updated 22 months ago.
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Play StylePlay Style

This is a Brain Game and Sequencing game with Platform, Puzzle and Traversal elements. This is a single-player game.


Play Time: This game will take between 1 hour and 5 hours to complete. It's a very difficult game, with each level offering a unique challenge, some of which may take upwards of half an hour to solve.

Age RatingsAge Ratings

Content Rating

Rated PEGI 3.
This game includes adverts on some platforms that are watched to unlock additional content. Note that these adverts are not covered by the age rating and may include older-rated content.

Skill Level

11+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Still, it’s important for parents and guardians to ensure they understand in-game purchases and have spending limits set-up. Although it looks simple, this is a great game to challenge older children to solve.


Jelly No Puzzle

Web Free
Steam Store PC Free
Android Store Android Free
This game is free to play, but there are other costs associated with this game:
  • In-Game Purchases: Additional in-game purchases are offered for items that enhance the experience.
  • Advertising: Smartphone or Tablet version of this game includes adverts. This varies in form but watching ads is often incentivised by unlocking additional content and progress in the game. Note that these are not covered by the age rating and may include older-rated content.
On the Android version, you can either pay to unlock the levels beyond level 10 or watch an advert. There is a free web version
It's important to set up your accounts and devices appropriately. More information is on our Financial Resources page.

DetailsGame Details

Release Date: 01/12/2013

Price: Free

Out Now: Android and PC

Skill Rating: 11+ year-olds

Players: 1

Genres: Brain Game, Sequencing (Platform, Puzzle and Traversal)

Accessibility: 23 features

Components: 2D Side-On

Developer: Qrostar EN (@Qrostar_EN)

Taming Gaming Book Written by parents for parents, the database complements the in-depth discussion about video game addiction, violence, spending and online safety in the Taming Gaming book. We are an editorially independent, free resource without adverts that is supported by partnerships.

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