CJ in the USA
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Average score: 72% (based on 8 ratings)
Average score: 2.3 out of 5 (based on 11 ratings with 1 reviews)
The addictive platforming action, the exploring of the levels, the nice-looking graphics, the well-animated little enemies and the imaginatively-designed bosses and backgrounds. Good ending sequence as well.
The music gets a bit dull after a while.
The Bottom Line
CJ the Elephant, star of 'CJ's Elephant Antics' is once more called into action. This time, his relatives have all been kidnapped by a hunter and taken to America. They have already been sent to various parts of the USA, so it's up to you - as CJ - to make your way through four 2D scrolling platform levels, finding the elephants and fighting off the hostile hazards. The levels contain such places as the Big Apple, the wild west, Hollywood and Disneyland, each level ending in an encounter with a giant, extra-tough enemy. The varied hostile elements you meet along the way include everything from rats, alligators and snakes to American football players and cowboys (and this must be the only game I know of to contain cute cartoon muggers and Klu Klux Klan). Just as good as the first CJ game, and well worth tracking down if you're a fan of platform games.
Commodore 64 · by Gary Smith (57) · 2004