- This article is about the sixty-eighth level in Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody!. For the removed technique in Super Smash Flash 2, see Wall jump.
Jam standing at the start of the A-Side version of the level.
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This level takes place on a series of small platforms of Steel Blocks consisting either of one row or one column. The player starts on the bottom platform at a Jam Flag, and they must use Jam to boost and jump across the platforms to reach the mango on the platform at the upper left of the level. From the starting platform, they first must boost to the columns of blocks to the left and jump across the walls of them to reach a small row above the starting platform, where there are three more columns to jump across to the right of it. A row of blocks is above this set of columns, and the player must boost to the left off of it to reach three more larger columns placed beside each other that the player must jump across to the left side, with the middle column having space to jump underneath. The platform where the mango resides is to the upper left of these columns.
The B-Side version of this level shares a nearly identical design, but not only is it now flipped horizontally, but many of the Steel Blocks have been replaced mainly with Ice Blocks, as well as several Yellow Blocks. Of these blocks, all of the ones at the top of platforms have been replaced, making it impossible to create checkpoints and forcing the player to refoot at the start of the level upon falling. The sides of the platforms on the upper left and right of the level are replaced with Yellow Blocks, and several blocks on the three columns at the top are replaced with Ice Blocks. The objective remains the same, as the player now must work with less traction, fewer walls to boost from, and a lack of checkpoints.
- This level also appears as the eighth level in the game's demo.