But in all aspects, Jetpack Joyride is still a game that’s 10 years old and starting to show its age. Just as they released Fruit Ninja 2 last year to mark the 10th anniversary of the original game, Halfbrick has now released Jetpack Joyride 2 without issue in some regions. True, the first Jetpack Joyride also ventured out, but we always got the impression that Halfbrick was just adding more and more stuff to the original, much simpler version of the game. However, as with Fruit Ninja 2, Halfbrick isn’t trying to completely reinvent the wheel with Jetpack Joyride 2, and you can expect the same basic action-oriented, caveman gameplay, but they do introduce a number of new concepts into the basic gameplay that make the gameplay promising, some of which are highlighted in the trailer above. The last thing I want to say about Jetpack Joyride 2 is that the game’s entire progression system is designed from the ground up for a modern free-to-play game. Sure, your jetpack could always shoot and was your primary weapon in the first game, but now you encounter enemies that you must defeat and automatically fire at them while flying. In the final chapter of “My God, How Is It Possible?”, this year marks the 10th anniversary of Halbrick’s Jetpack Joyride. Jetpack Joyride 2 now works by level, and a pattern appears at each level when you reach a certain distance. Anyway, Jetpack Joyride has gotten an incredible amount of new content, new features, special events, and more over the past decade. However, I think it’s really fun the core mechanics that made the original Jetpack Joyride so great have been carried over to Jetpack Joyride 2. In the meantime, if you have an iTunes account in Australia, New Zealand or Canada, you can check out Jetpack Joyride 2 on iOS at this link here and on Android at this link here. And as you may have noticed, Jetpack Joyride 2 has a new graphic style. There’s no world release date yet, but my guess is that Halfbrick is targeting the 10-year anniversary of the first game in September, but then again, that’s just my guess and anything can happen. Either way, with this version of Jetpack Joyride 2’s software launch, that’s impossible. On the other hand, if you don’t regularly follow Barry’s blogs on the Halfbrick YouTube channel, you’ll miss out. The old TouchArcadi types among you remember when the game was called Machine Gun Jetpack? Those were the days.