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Earthworm Jim: Special Edition (Nintendo DSi)

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Description

Earthworm Jim: Special Edition is an enhanced version of the original Earthworm Jim for the SEGA CD and also ported to Windows. Many years later it was released for a number of mobile platforms.

New to the SEGA CD edition is a CD audio soundtrack, bigger levels, more secrets, more weapons, reworked animations and additional enemies.

The iPhone version has been made easier as the character is controlled through a virtual control pad setup, accessed through the touch screen. Jim starts with ten lives and aiming is done automatically. There are also some small changes in the levels and the main character's voice has been re-recorded.

The Nintendo DSi version also features the same level changes and re-recorded voice. In addition to this, it also has bonuses based around face tracking challenges where you copy Jim's facial expressions in the DSi's camera.

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There are 61 other screenshots on file for other versions of this game.


Alternate Titles

  • "Earthworm Jim" -- iPhone title

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The Press Says

IGN Jun 21, 2010 5.5 out of 10 55

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Trivia

The music in the Windows 95 CD version of EWJ can be played in a regular CD player. Though some tracks feature the belch from the title screen and silence, the other tracks have the music from the levels, including both endings!
Ben K (23102) added Earthworm Jim: Special Edition (Nintendo DSi) on Jun 15, 2010
Other platforms contributed by Kabushi (124767), Pseudo_Intellectual (44600), Satoshi Kunsai (1811) and Crawly (1327)