You are a Data Jammer, an elite virtual commando tasked with one purpose: Infiltrate the virtual Vaults of Ouroboros, the Military Industrial Complex, and take down The System!
User reviews: Mostly Positive (44 reviews)
Release Date: Oct 24, 2011
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"Bright neon game about going along a futuristic motorway really quickly."

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Data Jammers: FastForward is a continuously moving three dimensional driving and destruction game set within a retro wireframe world of impossible race tracks. Prowl twisting bitstreams amidst bizarre geometrical environments enhanced by otherworldly soundscapes as your nimble avatar encounters more dangerous denizens, hazards and boss guardians along the way!


You are a Data Jammer...specifically a D.O.O.D. (Digital Operative, Optical Data), an elite virtual commando tasked with one purpose: Infiltrate the virtual Vaults of Ouroboros, the Military Industrial Complex, and take down The System!


The Deep Grid. The Wilderness. You've heard the hushed rumors about a "network behind the network"; a sub-cyber matrix of covert datastreams utilized solely by the Dark Powers of the world. Now, after several risky excursions beyond vast Pulsor City, you know the truth --Ouroboros exists! In defiance, you have trained to work for the Good Guys to preserve Freedom by defeating the devious Grid Guardians, exposing the sinister secrets of those evil villains who use it to conspire and oppress!


From the makers of Brainpipe: A Plunge to Unhumanity, Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, Dr. Blob's Organism, and Strange Adventures in Infinite Space.

Key features:

  • Zen-inducing frenetic arcade gameplay
  • Arresting 3D visuals and audio
  • Mindbending race tracks
  • Increasingly challenging environments, critters and hazards per level
  • Easy to learn and play
  • Brisk play sessions
  • Excellent replayability
  • Hands on tutorial
  • Supports game controller and good ol' fashioned keyboard

System Requirements

    Minimum:

    • OS:XP
    • Processor:Pentium 4 2GHz
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:Intel GMA 950
    • DirectX®:dx80
    • Hard Drive:128 MB HD space
    • Sound:16-bit stereo sound

    Recommended:

    • OS:XP, Vista or Win7
    • Processor:Core 2 Duo or better
    • Memory:1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics:NVidia GeForce 8 series or better
    • DirectX®:dx90
    • Hard Drive:128 MB HD space
    • Sound:16-bit stereo sound
Helpful customer reviews
12 of 16 people (75%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
In game you are auto running like most of STG. You can use slider get out of the red way and dodge attack from enemy, green way give you some support or points. "A" buttom to destroy the enemy near you.

I gave a "nagitive" to recommend it because I think this game is not so much fun in my personal opinion.
I think this game could be better, such as adding some shooting elements that will make it not so drab.

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支持手柄,在高速路上躲来躲去,绿色的线路有加血或者护盾,可以震开贴身的机器人,第一关boss是个打钉机,没什么难度。
游戏类型属于四不像,就是个躲来躲去的反应游戏 ,要是添加射击元素也耐玩些,像pressure这种带射击的竞速游戏(其实也不是竞速)。
个人感觉挺无聊的一个游戏,没有亮点,出于个人喜好,不推荐。
Posted: March 29
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
0.1 hrs on record
Lacking in fun gameplay, menus that hurt your brain, and ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ly simplistic mechanics.
Posted: April 13
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
1.2 hrs on record
Half the price of a big mac, and significantly more fun.
Posted: June 30
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
1.5 hrs on record
It's very difficult to give this game a "Yes" or a "No" vote, I'm a litte bit on the fence with this one.

There is very little in the way of tutorial. AKA They introduce a new enemy every so often. It's a fairly simple control scheme, anyways. you can use the arro keys to move. My HUD indicated that I had 3 lives, and 3 nukes, so I tested the space bar and it does an Area Damage attack - a nuke. sure. There are health pickups along the way. I was bout to give this a neg score, as you only get 3 nukes per level, and nuke is your only weapon. It's very difficult to get enemies to collide to kill each other. It took me until the 3rd boss to realise that some of those Health pickups aren't giving me any health... they are actually Nukes - there are two kinds of pickups. Because you 'can' replenish your weapon, I no longer feel it deserves that No vote.

It's a very fast paced game, and much of the time, until I discovered the replenshible weapon, at least, I felt I had very little control over what was going on - specifically, defending myself. The game mechanics are solid, the gameplay looks good, even if some of the story seems flimsy, it has a leaderboard, which I tend to do better on when I die, rather than complete a level, There is nothing "Wrong" with this game, so i can't give it a 'no' vote. is it worth the $1.99? well, for about an 1 1/2 hour of gameplay in story mode, considering that a movie is $18 for the same entertainment value, I say it's actually a good little buy.

Basically it's almost a little gem. It feels almost old school arcade, but with the twisting 3D mapped roadspace, bringing the feel up to date, rather than the 2D top-down road racer that this game really is.
Posted: July 9
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0 of 3 people (0%) found this review helpful
0.1 hrs on record
awesome!
Posted: May 19
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13 of 14 people (93%) found this review helpful
1.4 hrs on record
Data Jammers: FastForward is a decent arcade game that can be finished in less than an hour. There's not a whole lot here, although anyone who enjoys seeing their name at the top of online leaderboards might like this.

Data Jammers is a simple game: you steer a little vehicle along a a colorful track, picking up scoring orbs, avoiding obstacles, and grabbing powerups like shields and bombs that can be used to destroy enemies. Score lots of points, don't die, and you'll see your name up in lights on the leaderboards.

That's all there is to do with Data Jammers: FastForward. And with only about 15 total levels, you'll do it all really quickly. The controls are tight and the action is fast, so at least the whole thing works the way it should.

If you really want to play Data Jammers: FastForward, wait for a sale.
Posted: November 25, 2013
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