JumpStart's web-based games named "top picks" on the site include "School of Dragons" and "Neopets," as of July 2015. "School of Dragons" is based on the DreamWorks "How to Train Your Dragon" films. JumpStart's other web-based games include "Math Blaster," "NFL Rush GameDay Heroes" and Dreamworks film-based "World of Madagascar."
Another NFL Rush game available for play on the JumpStart website is "Heroes & Rivals."
JumpStart.com offers links to obtain mobile app versions of many of these games and associated games. These apps bear JumpStart's alternative company name, Knowledge Adventure. "NFL My Preschool ABCs Kickoff" is another app-only game listed on the JumpStart website. The site also lists the apps "Ghoul Catchers," based on Neopets; "School of Dragons: Alchemy Adventure"; and "Penguins of Madagascar: Dibble Dash."
Some of JumpStart's games also exist in Facebook app versions, including "Math Blaster," "School of Dragons" and "Alchemy Adventure."
Additional JumpStart game mobile apps include "Blast-Off: Math," "Blast-Off: Early Reading," "Pet Rescue," "Preschool Magic of Learning" and the "Madagascar"-based "My ABCs" and "Preschool Surf n' Slide."
JumpStart also owns and links on JumpStart.com to the game sites SuperSecret.com and KnowledgeAdventure.com and the multiplayer racing and shooter game site EatMyDust.com, which JumpStart says is aimed at young male teenagers, but is open to all ages.