PS5 Review: GeoJelly

Are you jelly?

Born within unknown you instinctively seek for freedom as an experiment defect. In GeoJelly you have to find your way out of dystopian laboratory through platforming while avoiding traps and collecting keys necessary to push forward. Are you gonna find a way out?

GeoJelly is a simple game where you control a jelly-type creature to exits in short levels that roughly take between 10-30 seconds to complete. You only get one life and you can only move by flinging yourself by tilting the left stick left or right for distance. There are obstacles everywhere like bottomless pits and spikes. It starts out simple enough but gets progressively tougher as you go.

There are diamonds scattered through each stage and you’ll need to collect these as well to unlock further levels, which adds to the already difficult challenge. The game is cheap at £8.99 or £6.29 if you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber.

The visuals are very basic but get the job done. The framerate is consistent and I didn’t encounter any bugs through my time with the game.

The Verdict

GeoJelly is a game that is simple by design but can also be tough. It won’t win any awards for originality, but it does provide a bit of brief fun for those looking for it.

Score: 6.0

Disclosure: I received a free review copy of this product from