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Jim Power: The Arcade Game

Jim Power: The Arcade Game (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Genre: Action
Developer: Loriciels

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??/??/1993

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Jim Power: The Arcade Game review

Reviewed November 02, 2008

wolfqueen001 says: "Jim Power is boring. It tries very hard to be diverse, but, in the end, it fails miserably. Its greatest variation lay between levels. But even this has a pattern: epically long on-foot levels followed by a boss, followed by a journey via spaceship through a gauntlet of hazardous obstacles and deadly enemies, followed by further space travel through a maze of winding corridors while trying not to crash into walls, after which the cycle repeats itself before game’s end."
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