Earthworm Jim

Earthworm Jim

2008

System
Mega Drive
Publisher
Interplay
Developer
Shiny Entertainment

8.0

Game Rating

User Ratings: 5

Our Review: 8/10

Earthworm Jim News

October2015

  • News The Team Behind Earthworm Jim Would Like to Make a Sequel

    "I think everyone would be up for it sometime"

    Arguably one of the most memorable titles to grace the Sega Genesis in the 16-bit era was Earthworm Jim. Starring a worm in control of a super suit that fell from the sky, the crazy intergalactic adventure became famous for its bizarre sense of humour and fluid animation techniques. The classic received...

October2013

April2010

  • News Earthworm Jim Creator Says Fourth Adventure Wii-Bound

    New 2D game coming at some point

    This is the age of retro sequels. With Sonic 4 on the horizon and Mega Man 9 and 10 nestled snugly on our hard drives, we're beginning to dream of which of our favorite games from the past might see the light of day again after all. That's why we're hoping that Earthworm Jim 4, recently confirmed to The 34th Dime

October2008

  • News USA VC Release - Earthworm Jim

    Just the one game for the US today, but it's a classic - It's everybody's favourite earthworm, Earthworm Jim!

    Earthworm Jim for the Genesis might not be the most graphically advanced version of the game, but that doesn't really matter when you consider the fact that it has an extra level which only also appeared in a later enhanced PC edition of the game. The game itself is pretty much the..

  • News EU VC Releases: Earthworm Jim and Shining Force II

    A Sega duo hits the Wii Shop today. And it's not just any duo, as both of the games are extremely well-liked cult classics, which many Sega fans have been longing for.

    In Earthworm Jim you take control of Jim, an earthworm who was lucky enough to have a power suit fall on top of him, thus giving him a body and special abilties normal earthworms...

April2008

  • News Three Interplay-Owned Franchises Coming to VC

    Gaming news site Gamasutra has reported something which will no doubt please many - 3 franchises currently owned by Interplay are making their way to VC.

    After the recent relaunch of Interplay's website, there was some speculation on if there would be resurrections of the franchises shown around the company's logo. Well, these aren't exactly resurrections, but they're coming back, at least!..