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SNES Earthworm Jim 2
Used game for the Super Nintendo
Game language is English. Earthworm Jim 2
Cartridge only. Tested, works. In good condition. Please refer to pictures for condition and contents.
Genre: 2D platform
Earthworm Jim 2 is a run and gun platform video game starring an earthworm named Jim in a robotic suit who battles evil. It is a sequel to the original Earthworm Jim, and the second and final game in the Earthworm Jim series developed by original creators Doug TenNapel, David Perry, and Shiny Entertainment. It was released in late 1995 and early 1996 depending on region and video game console, initially being released for the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo, before being ported to many other consoles.
The purpose of the game is largely the same as it was in the original Earthworm Jim; traverse through the levels in order to save Princess What's Her Name, and defeat the game's numerous enemies, namely Psy-Crow. However, gameplay is much more diverse than in the first Earthworm Jim.
While the majority of levels are still based on run and gun and platformer game elements, separate levels incorporate different gameplay elements as well. Some levels, such as the opening level, "Anything But Tangerines", and the game's eighth level, "Level Ate", play largely the same as the original Earthworm Jim, with the exception of there being a larger variety of moves at the players disposal. For instance, there are more types of guns to use once found in a level, such as an auto-aiming gun, or the "Barn Blaster" gun which takes out every enemy visible on the screen. Additionally, Jim's friend "Snot" travels with him, and can be used to stick and swing to other slimy green surfaces, or as a parachute, upon jumping.
Other levels stray much farther from this formula. In the third level, "The Villi People," the player must guide Jim, defenseless in the disguise of a blind cave salamander, through intestinal passages, while avoiding exploding sheep and hazards embedded in the floor and walls. The latter part of the level suddenly switches to a game show/trivia format, where the player has to answer nonsensical multiple choice questions that commonly have no logically correct answer. Another level, aptly titled "Inflated Head", has Jim's head inflated much like a balloon, and the player must control Jim as he floats upward, avoiding touching sharp objects which cause him to fall back down to the start of the level, all the while dodging Evil the Cat's attack. Earthworm Jim 2
Yet another, "The Flying King", plays as an isometric shooter, with Jim again on his "pocket rocket", where a balloon with a bomb must be directed to the end of the level, and defended from enemies, in order to defeat Major Mucus. The last level of the game is not a typical boss fight, but rather, a race against Psy-Crow through an obstacle course, to get to Princess What's Her Name. The game ends with Jim saving the Princess, but all three characters eventually turning randomly into cows.
Two bosses are exclusive to this game, Pedro Pupa, a unicycle riding pupa, and Flaming Yawn, a fire breathing steak.
Earthworm Jim 2, much like the first, was developed for the Genesis and then ported over to the Super NES. They were released virtually simultaneously and were largely the same game, the only difference being that the Super NES version had alternate background art. The Japanese Mega Drive version was available exclusively via the Sega Channel service. Rainbow Arts ported the game to MS-DOS along with the first game, in a package titled "Earthworm Jim 1 & 2: The Whole Can 'O Worms". This port featured an upgraded CD-DA music soundtrack, more voice clips and redrawn graphics, but lacked the "Lorenzen's Soil" level. Versions for the original PlayStation and Sega Saturn (both developed by a separate studio, Screaming Pink, Inc.) were also released, which contained the upgraded audio and all of the levels from the original. Both of these versions were identical, and contained background art and graphical differences separate from any other versions of the game.
Many years later, Earthworm Jim 2 was ported to a newer generation of systems. A Game Boy Advance port, based off the Super NES release, was released in 2002. It has been widely criticized for poor graphics, bad sound and music, and very glitchy gameplay. The Sega Genesis version was later released for download on the Wii via the Virtual Console in 2009 as well. The MS-DOS version was re-released through DOSbox emulation on GOG.com and Steam.
EAN code of Earthworm Jim 2 is 5028587050114, product code is snsp-a2ep-eur. A used snes game, 2dehands super nintendo spel, tweedehands retro games Earthworm Jim 2.
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