Earthworm Jim (DSiWare)

Game Profile

The grooviest action platformer, originally released on Mega Drive, is back in a faithful remake enhanced with a never-before-seen feature, exclusively on the Nintendo DSi system.

Play as the grooviest earthworm in the galaxy, and explore a crazy universe that offers huge gameplay possibilities. Earn bonuses for completing facial-expression-based challenges that track your face using the inner camera.

Game Review


Europe PAL Version

Posted by James Newton

A slippery customer

Like previous platforming conversion Rayman, Earthworm Jim is something of a missed opportunity. Fondly remembered by many gamers from its original outing on Mega Drive and Super Nintendo, Earthworm Jim was a welcome antidote to the huge numbers of cutesy...

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User Comments (13)



NapalmHornet said:

I dunno that gameloft will slap a rubbish gimmick on it. I havent played it yet so ill give it a go (: I just hope it will be in the same lege as Rayman DSiware and Dark Void Zero!



weirdproq said:

This is coming out on May 10th in North America. I read that in the description of the new trailer Gameloft put up on Youtube.



thedanman64 said:

Downloaded it on friday, and despite the fact that I thought this would be a terrible port, it's actually brillant! Gameloft did a great job porting this.



cheapogamer4life said:

Im happy to say that Gameloft did a good job porting this one over to the DSiware shop. A very complete and fun platformer for only 500 NP's .



envisionboy said:

Yay! I just beat this on my DS... VERY good port and definitely lots of replay value! Highly recommended!

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