Rush UP!

Rush UP!

Jumpstart your next game with a fun code that’s super easy to reskin.

Rush Up is the classic game where you try to jump through the moving gaps. The game logic is similar to the popular Ketchapp game Jelly Jump, and the reskin process is as easy as it gets!

If you’re looking for a simple, quality code in order to get your app on the App Store today without delay, then this is it!

Rush Up is fun and addicting.

You’ll also love the specifications.

  • works on all iOS 10 devices
  • 64-bit compatible, built in Cocos2d
  • in-app purchase
  • Chartboost interstitials, AdMob ads
  • intuitive user experience, creative interface design
  • professional high-resolution graphics with no watermark

Please reskin with care. 

We provide un-watermarked images because we trust that you will use your best judgment in creating a legitimate reskin that adds value to the App Store.

Please take the time to create graphics that will delights users when combined with our source code. If you would like assistance, Wharton Apps provides graphic creation services at $25/hour. To get a quote today, contact us at

Make your move now!

Apps are an $82 billion/year business and provide a means of developing passive income.

Will your app be the next game to hit the Top Charts? Many of our clients have done so, and Wharton Apps has made over $100,000 in the app business.

Get started today by downloading this source code, so you can begin making your own game!

Hire Wharton Apps for premium graphics and development.

Wharton Apps has produced apps for over 400 clients. We offer transparent pricing, quality development and eye-catching design, all at the most affordable prices on the market.

Our custom app solutions deliver incredible results. Some of our clients have reported revenues over $3,000/month from games we’ve worked on.

Our buyers are consistently highly satisfied with their purchases because of the tremendous value we provide.


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