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Retro Video Games

Published on May 23rd, 2015 | by Fifties

Vintage Video Games #5 – Earthworm Jim

With incredible graphics and game-play, Earthworm Jim is a classic that really sticks out for me from the nineties. With cartoon-like animation and ‘off-the-wall’ humor this  run and gun platformer was developed by Shiny Entertainment and published by Playmates Interactive Entertainment in 1994 on many systems including the Mega Drive and SNES

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Plot: Jim is just your average, everyday earthworm until one day a special robotic suit falls from the sky allowing him to operate it’s arms and legs with his worm face as a head. Jim’s task is two-fold: he must escape the many baddies who want their suit back (these include Psy-Crow, Queen Slug-for-a-Butt, Evil the Cat, Bob the Killer Goldfish, Major Mucus, and Professor Monkey-For-A-Head) and also rescue the beautiful Princess What’s-Her-Name from their evil clutches!

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Highlights: It’s got to be Jim launching a cow into orbit using a fridge and catapult at the start of the game. With a big moo the the hapless bovine flies off the screen at immense speed! You may spot it zooming past the background throughout the game with a grand finale at the end.

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How to play:
Get your SNES ROM here.
Get your EMULATOR here.

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About the Author

Born in an irish field - dj, designer, radio show host and blogger Louise 'Fifties' O'Donnell went out into the world with one mission in mind. To hunt down big phat bass lines and share them with the masses. Dedicated to finding new music she is always on the trail of new talent as well as the big playas.



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