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Earthworm Jim 3D
Game Description: Get ready, the ever-popular annelid is back. The worm has returned to star in his next adventure, Earthworm Jim 3D. Earthworm Jim is knocked unconscious by a falling cow and finds himself transported into the madcap world of his own mind. Help Jim battle through the layers of his subconscious in order to collect his marbles and return to the real world.
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Earthworm Jim 3D News

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  • New Earthworm Jim A Remake Of The Original

    Gameloft and Interplay recently announced the two companies would be bringing Earthworm Jim to Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, WiiWare and mobile in late 2009. But the two companies weren't very specific on what exactly was in development. A new Earthworm Jim? A remake? I have an answer for you, readers. A Gameloft representative has...

    Posted August 18, 2009

    New Earthworm Jim A Remake Of The Original
  • Earthworm Jim Returning To Xbox Live, WiiWare, PlayStation Network, Mobile

    The return of Earthworm Jim is nigh, gamers. Interplay has signed a deal with Gamelot to produce Earthworm Jim for Xbox Live Arcade, WiiWare, PlayStation Network and mobile (it's not specified whether this includes iPhone or not, but it probably does). Details on what the companies are planning for ol' Jim are scant, however. In fact, I can't...

    Posted August 17, 2009

    Earthworm Jim Returning To Xbox Live, WiiWare, PlayStation Network, Mobile
  • Geek Out: Doug TenNapel Exclusive Interview

    Posted: June 13, 2008

    3,924 Views | 03:00 | 2 Comments

 


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