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Jimmy Two-Shoes (J2ME)

Jimmy Two-Shoes J2ME Title screen

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Join the cartoon character Jimmy Two-Shoes on his missions to help his best friend Beezy! Jimmy Two-Shoes is a short adventure game based on the cartoon series having the same name. Players can choose freely from four different levels: Party Pooper, Minion for a Day, Itchy Lucius and Ghost Smackin'.

There are objectives in each level (all levels contain no fewer than two objectives), and players must complete them to proceed. In order to do so, players have to move Jimmy around, talk to people and (less often) get necessary items and interact with objects. You can see your inventory and objectives anytime. Moving Jimmy to the bottom of the screen when in a location will lead him to the town's map, which players can use to change their location. Sometimes, playing through a mini game is required. If this happens, an instruction will appear, telling players what to do in the game. There is also a hidden bonus too: the Lava Worms. you can collect them to boot your final score.

The graphics are isometric 2D. The maximum number of save slots is 3. Players have a choice among English, French, German, Spain and Italian.

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Jimmy Two-Shoes J2ME Main menu
Jimmy Two-Shoes J2ME The factory
Jimmy Two-Shoes J2ME Found a lava worm
Jimmy Two-Shoes J2ME Starting out at Jimmy's home

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Tien Thuy Le Nguyen (2122) added Jimmy Two-Shoes (J2ME) on Jul 18, 2011