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Jawbreaker (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Apple II
Tags: Action
Developer: Sierra
More Platforms: Atari 2600


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Jawbreaker review

Reviewed April 15, 2009

aschultz says: "When I was a kid, I liked playing with a calculator. I had enormous fun finding out that 1/9 was .111 repeating. Then I got brave and found that 1/7 was, in fact, .142857 repeating. Which I made sure of it several times. One crazy day I tried 1/17. It took several long minutes of grueling long division, souring me on calculators. But then I discovered video games, which were even more fun than typing in 773440 on an LCD calculator. As much as I loved arcade games, though, some were mean. Even th..."
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