Desde el 'Circo de las Cicatrices' de Evil, el Gato al planeta de la carne; uneté a Jim en un loco viaje a través de la galaxia. Sortear vacas, frustrantes abogados y al inconsciente de Psy-Crow será el pan de cada día de Jim. ¿Estás preparado para el desafío? ¿Puedes manejar el increíble nuevo armamento? ¡Excelente!
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 30 abr. 1996
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Incluye 3 artículos: Earthworm Jim, Earthworm Jim 2, Earthworm Jim 3D

 

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Desde el 'Circo de las Cicatrices' de Evil, el Gato al planeta de la carne; uneté a Jim en un loco viaje a través de la galaxia. Sortear vacas, frustrantes abogados y al inconsciente de Psy-Crow será el pan de cada día de Jim. ¿Estás preparado para el desafío? ¿Puedes manejar el increíble nuevo armamento? ¡Excelente! Entonces para de leer esto: ¡Pruebalo ahora! No hagas caso a nadie, juegalo tú mismo... o muerde el polvo.

  • ¡Más de 5 nuevas armas entre las que elegir! ¡Armas,Armas,Armas, Armas!
  • ¡Un diseño de niveles tan poco convencional que solo Shiny Entertainment ha sido capaz de crearlo!
  • ¡Vuelven nuestros personajes favoritos: Princess What’s-Her-Name, Psy-Crow, Peter Puppy, Bob the Goldfish, así como nuevos villanos!
  • Veras Jim disfrazado como una salamandra de las cuevas ciega (no, de verdad… ¡no estamos bromeando con esto!)
  • ¡Corre, salta, vuela, y da volteretas junto a Snott en tu camino hacía la victoria!

Requisitos del sistema

    • Sistema Operativo: Windows
    • Procesador: Pentium 133 con Tarjeta Gráfica 3D. Pentium 166 sin aceleración por hardware.
    • Memoria: 8 MB
    • Tarjeta Gráfica: Tarjeta Gráfica SVGA de 256 colores
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Earthworm Jim. If you are reading this, it is a game that you probably enjoyed as a child years ago (or maybe adult, I don't judge). This game is EJ2, no doubts about it. It is not however, the game that you want to play.

What is it then? This appears to be no more than the original code running in DOSBox. The game only supports the resolution of the era (640x480), fails to respond to mouse actions, and at times, fails to respond to basic keyboard actions. As other reviewers have stated, hit detection leaves a bit to be desired. This flaw turns Puppy Love from an adorable game of "aww, look, he is throwing puppies out the window" to "if that marshmallow misses another puppy in the middle I'm gonna lose it after Peter loses it on me." Also as other reviewers are saying, levels are missing (Lorenzen's Soil) or out of order (The Flyin' King).

To this day, I will pull out my Genesis and play some EJ2 to the last level. I would not however, play this game past the first level. This particular edition only serves as a last chance moneygrab from what once was a great enterprise. Do yourself (and your memories) a favor and play it on the consoles it was made for. Even if that means plugging in your old 386.
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Poor response by keyboard and mouse. Rom occasionally lags. No sound effects. Do not want anymore.
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A 61 de 92 personas (66%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 10 de marzo de 2014
Don't fall for this, its a trap.
I remember as kid playing a fully windows Version of EarthWormJim 1 (special edition) it was a fully working windows ewj1 game, is there anything like that for Earthworm Jim 2 in this steam game version ???? Answer = NO.

Steam version is a poorly D.O.S emulated pack (dosbox), I cant even turn volume music down on ewj2, is so loud that i can barely listen to the in-game Sounds :/

as an EJ2 fan, i'm very doged, wow :'(
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A 41 de 64 personas (64%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 13 de enero de 2014
As a fan of Earthworm Jim growing up this is an interesting case of nostalgia hitting up with what amounts to a lousy port.

Back in the SNES days Earthworm Jim was considered a fun game due to it's unique charm. Excellent gameplay, responsive controls, outrageous humor, terrific song and music, and fair difficulty. It's everything you want in a game, something that doesn't take itself too seriously and if you screwed up it wasn't the game's fault it's because you weren't good enough.

Some are present here, however the port wasn't a clean one.

Hit detection can be dodgy, missing levels, sounds that just aren't plumb there. Even among the poor ports out there this is probably the worst of the bunch.

If you want to get Earthworm Jim, I'd recommend the SNES/Sega/SegaCD ports. You're missing out by getting this even if you are a fan of Earthworm Jim.
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Publicado el 1 de enero de 2014
A some-what nice version of Earthworm Jim 2, the color pallet sometimes messes up when you go into fullscreen, which can be fixed, but it's a long process. This is the best game out of the EWJ Pack. One problem though, this version of EWJ2 doesn't have the second level, Lorenzo's Soil. This is also the DOSBox version of EWJ2 from The Whole Can 'O Worms pack for the PC, not that it's a problem, but it makes things a bit more pixelated.

Note: I have Windows 7, and this works fine.
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