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Jelly Car (originally known as JelloCar) is the first in a series of driving and platforming video games developed by Tim FitzRandolph and released under the pseudonym Walaber. Initially released independently through Xbox Live Indie Games and later ported to devices using Apple's iOS operating system, Jelly Car requires players to drive a small car across a two-dimensional landscape while maintaining balance by means of (in the case of platforms on which it is supported) accelerometers. The game features soft body physics that gives it its distinctive gameplay and style. The series has since been picked up by FitzRandolph's current employer, Disney Interactive Studios, which has released sequels to the game for multiple platforms.



In Jelly Car, players drive a small car across various platforms and through obstacles in order to reach the goal. The player's car is made out of a gelatin-like substance (hence the name), giving it both flexibility and durability. As the player advances through the level, a meter begins to fill; when it fills to capacity, the player can make the car expand and grow into a monster-truck, allowing it to traverse larger obstacles for a short period of time.

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Jelly Car designer Tim FitzRandolph began developing the game in his spare time at home while working with Disney Interactive Studios. His first version of the game was created using Microsoft's XNA development tools and released through the Indie Games community on Xbox Live for the Xbox 360 gaming console in February 2008. In a November 2011 interview, FitzRandolph explained his intentions with Jelly Car:

After Apple unveiled the App Store, FitzRandolph purchased an iPod Touch with the intent of porting the game to the device. The iOS version was first released in October 2008.



Jelly Car has received generally positive reviews. Zach Okkema, reviewing the iOS version for, said the game was "a fun way to pass the time--particularly for kids". Jeff Noble of said that Jelly Car was "charming, fun, simple and crazily addictive."

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Jelly Car 2

Soon after the release of the original Jelly Car on the Apple App Store, FitzRandolph approached Disney Mobile, the mobile gaming division of Disney Interactive Studios, about producing a sequel to the game. Disney Mobile, in need of a new gaming property, agreed to help develop and publish the game. The sequel was codeveloped by Disney Mobile Games Studios that is based in Prague. New features offered in the sequel included additional abilities for the car, such as balloons and adhesive tires, and the addition of a level editor. FitzRandolph would later describe the experience as "exciting" and "overwhelming":

Jelly Car 2 was first released on iOS devices in November 2009, but was later ported to other devices. An iPad-enhanced version launched day-and-date with the iPad itself in April 2010. In November 2010, Jelly Car 2 was released as a PlayStation Mini on Sony's PlayStation Portable system. In 2011, Jelly Car 2 was ported to Nintendo's two major download services, WiiWare (in January) and DSiWare (in March).

Reception of Jelly Car 2

The reviews of Jelly Car 2 have been generally positive. Lisa Cowdell of Gamezebo said that the iOS version was "a tasty title you probably want to give a spin", but that the controls could sometimes be "downright frustrating". said that the PlayStation Portable version was "a well conceived game that is simple but 'non-frustratingly' challenging".

The reviews for the two Nintendo versions were more mixed. In its review of the DSiWare version, Nintendo Life's Jacob Crites said that Jelly Car 2 was "DSiWare done right: fun, pick-up-and play-style gameplay with a variety of options and tons of replay value", but that "the DSiWare size limitations haven't been kind", noting that the level editor was removed to conserve space. As to the WiiWare version, Patrick Elliott, also writing for Nintendo Life, said the game was "a sweet little port that spreads it on thick". However, IGN's Audrey Drake said the WiiWare version was "a downgrade from its mobile predecessors thanks to wonky controls, barely upgraded graphics, and no online connectivity".

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Jelly Car 3

A second sequel to the original game, Jelly Car 3 was released in February 2011 on the Apple App Store. As before, Jelly Car 3 added more features to the game, such as video replays, car customization and secret goals. A limited rewind feature was also added, allowing players to back up on the current level and resume at a chosen point; a total of ten rewinds are available, with extra rewinds available as in-app purchases. A March 2011 update added new car shapes, new customization options and the ability to race ghosts of other players.

Reception of Jelly Car 3

Reviews of Jelly Car 3 have been generally favorable, with a Metacritic rating of 84, based on seven reviews. Steve McCaskill of Pocket Gamer said the game was "an addictive combination of driving and physics-based platforming that manages to overcome one or two minor control issues". In the review for, Chris Reed said that Jelly Car 3 was "a bouncy, wildly creative romp" and that the March 2011 update "brings more value to an already great game".

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