Welcome to another edition of Nostalgia Game Review! This edition covers a classic for the Sega Genesis and the SNES, Earthworm Jim. Earthworm Jim is a goofy game that was released in 1994.
You're playing as Earthworm Jim and you're looking to save Princess What's Her Name. The game is a 2D platformer that has some run and gun elements to it as well. There are also levels where you fly through space and you have to beat Psycrow. If you don't beat him, you're stuck in a tiring battle with Psycrow.
Earthworm Jim is a game with its own personality. It has plenty of corny humor and aloof antics within the game. For example, you have to launch a cow into space in order to proceed in a level. The game does a good job of going beyond the traditional platformer. The space levels are a perfect example. There's also a level, "For Pete's Sake!", where you have to protect a dog named Pete from any damage.
The controls for this game take some time to get used to. However, the game is easier once you learn the controls. The game is challenging enough to make you think about a strategy to attack the levels. Overall, it's a nice game.
Earthworm Jim is a game that will make you laugh. It's also a bit of a challenge and will test your might. If you're looking for a challenge, give Earthworm Jim a try!
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