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Insomma, Bump 'n' Jump, cari lettori, è un titolo da provare assolutamente. Nonostante qualche difettuccio grafico e un po' di ripetitività, risulta comunque un buon prodotto che promette tanto sano divertimento. Il gameplay risulta veramente solido, nonché eccelso; peccato dunque per quegli elementi che potevano essere sfruttati maggiormente e con più cura. Pertanto non mi resta che consigliarvelo. E' uno di quei titoli che ci fa capire anche oggi, a distanza di anni ed anni, che il divertimento sta alla base di tutto.
Bump 'n' Jump is good, clean, uncomplicated fun for the entire family.
This game is pretty bumpin’ hard. You only get three lives, no continues. There’s a somewhat complicated password you can input using both NES controllers that will allow you to continue from where you last left off, but I didn’t have the opportunity to try it out. Besides having no continues, the third level’s roads grow more narrow from time to time, allowing the dad-blasted CPU to bump you into oblivion. It only gets harder from there, but considering it’s a fairly short port of an arcade game, the difficulty is welcome.
Here's a simple but entertaining little driving game that was popular in the arcades of the early 80's. You control a jumping car on a vertically-scrolling road, bumping other cars into guardrails or landing on them for points. Be sure to keep an eye out for rapidly-approaching gaps in the road that you'll need to jump over. Bump N Jump's graphics are colorful, with changing scenery that includes a bridge, city, and suburbs. A pleasant background tune plays throughout the game. It's not very intense, but Bump N Jump provides simple arcade enjoyment.