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Jason Jupiter 2: Unfinished Business screenshot
Jason Jupiter 2: Unfinished Business gameplay screenshot
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Jason Jupiter 2: Unfinished Business screenshot
Jason Jupiter 2: Unfinished Business gameplay screenshot
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Unlike the first game in the Jason Jupiter series, which is a platformer, this sequel is a Boulderdash-like game. The object is to collect the required number of borxidium (heart-shaped symbols) and then make it to the exit, while avoiding monsters and falling rocks. There are actual graphics this time (CGA sprites) instead of the text-mode characters used in the first game. Levels span multiple screens, and unlike the first game, you don't need to collect EVERY heart to progress, only the required number displayed at the bottom of the screen. It also includes an editor to edit the game's levels!
Instructions:
A - Up
Z - Down
N - Left
M - Right
Spacebar - Teleport to exit (not on all levels)
D - Die (restart if you get stuck)
E - Exit

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Jason Jupiter, Star Cadet, In 'Unfinished Business'. Added to website: 2019-07-11. All copyrights, trademarks, etc, are property of their respective holders.
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