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Submitted by Britxbox 1561d ago | review

Britxbox: Comic Jumper Review

Dave Long writes: "Previously known for their arcade titles ‘The Maw’ and ‘Splosion man’, Twisted Pixel are no strangers to the Xbox Live arcade. The latest title to hit the digital market is none other than Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley!

Casting aside the frustrations caused by the lack of game saves; gameplay and presentation wise Comic Jumper is certainly up there as one of the better titles available for digital download on the Xbox. Overall Comic Jumper is value for money, and once again proof that the xbox live arcade can be used to provide full length titles for a relatively low price. Fans of platform gaming will be sure to love this, although this genre is far from everyone’s cup of tea!" (Comic Jumper, Xbox 360) 7/10

GoldPS3  +   1561d ago
This game would be great with Move. To bad it's only on XBL.

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