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Earthworm Jim Videos and Trailers - GBA

Earthworm Jim
Game Description:Players who believe that variety is the spice of good games will be in nirvana here: one minute our hero is bungee jumping by a thread of mucus, the next he's riding a space-rocket through an asteroid belt. The game leans heavily on cockeyed humor, so steer clear if you've had it up to here with jokes about intestines, corporate lawyers and power-mad goldfish. Jim's arsenal is a bit on the skimpy side, although in the annals of video games the sight of an oversized annelid cracking his own head like a bullwhip is surely unique. The play control could use more polish, especially since most of the action involves running and jumping. On the whole, though, EWJ's legions of fans are far more interested in 'tude than gameplay mechanics.
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