Jump, the $10 a month indie game subscription service, launched today. Players can sign up for their 14-day free trial on Jump’s website before downloading the Jump app (or using the beta web client straight from their browser) and playing a collection of 60+ indie games on demand. Titles range to smaller titles like Bebob and Tempo all the way to known names like Edmund Mcmillen’s The End is Nigh.

Jump plans on adding at least 10 new games to their service on October 1st and continue that pace once a month. Games on the service have a 12-month contract starting from their launch date, and features such as save games and online multiplayer will not work outside of the Jump ecosystem.

The full list of launch titles for Jump is listed below, along with links to our prior coverage.

  • 6180 the moon
  • 8Bit Fiesta
  • A Wizard’s Lizard
  • Acorn Assault: Rodent Revolution
  • Actual Sunlight
  • Adventure Lamp
  • Along the Edge
  • Always Sometimes Monsters
  • Astervoid 2000
  • Balthazar’s Dream
  • Bard’s Gold
  • Beatbuddy
  • Bebob and Tempo
  • Beholder
  • Big Tower Tiny Square
  • Cats Are Liquid
  • Conga Master
  • Cyber Complex
  • Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor
  • Drive!Drive!Drive!
  • Dungeon Rushers
  • Ellipsis
  • Enchanted Cave 2
  • FOTONICA
  • Gunhouse
  • Ittle Dew
  • Kick Ass Commandos
  • klocki
  • Lethal League
  • Life Goes On: Done to Death
  • Lucius Demake
  • Luxuria Superbia
  • Lyne
  • MirrorMoonEP
  • Molemen Must Die
  • Necrosphere
  • Orion Trail
  • PolandBall
  • Pony Island
  • Rashlander
  • Red Game Without A Great Name
  • Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball
  • Rogue Quest – Episode 1
  • Rogue Quest – Episode 2
  • SIHEYUAN
  • SOYF (Shit On Your Friends)
  • Sally’s Law
  • Semispheres
  • She Remembered Caterpillars
  • Sproggiwood
  • Steel Rain
  • Stunt Runner
  • Super Lovely Planet
  • Super Win The Game
  • Tallowmere
  • Teslagrad
  • The Bridge
  • The End Is Nigh
  • Thing-in-Itself
  • This Book Is A Dungeon
  • Tumblestone
  • Yi and the Thousand Moons
  • Zenge

For more on Jump, check out our first review of a game on Jump’s platform and our full impressions of the service.


Alex Santa Maria

Reviews Editor

TechRaptor's Reviews Editor. Resident fan of pinball, Needlers, roguelikes, and anything with neon lighting. Owns an office chair once used by Billy Mays.