Run, climb and jump from platform to platform to collect and disarm deadly bombs, but watch out! One single misstep will send you tumbling to the ground! With 30 different challenging levels to beat, experience the thrills and spills of one of the earliest platformers.
All Reviews:
Positive (15) - 80% of the 15 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Jun 1, 1984

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About This Game

One of the earliest games in the platformer genre, Jumpman sees you take on the role of an intrepid agent tasked with collecting and disarming deadly bombs laid by the evil Alienators. Traverse the 30 challenging levels of Jupiter headquarters, running, climbing and jumping from platform to platform - but watch out! A single misstep will send you tumbling to the ground!

Originally released in 1983, Jumpman became the first big hit for developer Epyx, and remains an icon of the platformer genre.

Contains both the Commodore 64 and MSDOS versions of the game.


  • 30 different levels
  • 5 different modes (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Grand Loop and Randomizer)
  • Play with up to 4 players in a round-robin fashion

The Commodore 64 version introduces a number of modern features to this retro classic, including:

  • Saving/loading the game at any point
  • Support for most modern game controllers
  • Full control remapping
  • Image scaling and smoothing options

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: x86
    • OS: Windows 10
    • Processor: x64

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