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Joshua and the Battle of Jericho

Joshua and the Battle of Jericho (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Wisdom Tree

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??/??/1992

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Reader Reviews

Joshua and the Battle of Jericho review

Reviewed January 30, 2010

aschultz says: "Given Wisdom Tree's notoriety in retro circles, their take on the mediocre puzzler Crystal Mines should not have been any good. Yet while most of Wisdom Tree's games copied from other genres and forced Bibilical stuff in, most of Joshua's hundred levels create small stories so it doesn't feel like just an action puzzler. Though the puzzles are quite good too, as Joshua blasts around with his trumpet (how Jericho was destroyed, you know,) collecting five question blocks and adequate..."
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