This game is truly a one-of-a-kind, with a worm in a body suit as your hero, what could possibly go wrong? One of the greatest things about this game is how wildly random it is. One minute you'll be walking around in a garbage dump trying to catapult a cow with a refrigerator, and the next thing you know you'll be racing a crow on a rocket ship through outer space. But the whole game seems to just be pulled together with the amazing graphics you adventure through, making this game seem like an artist's painting, that you can play! The animations are also very detailed and flow smoothly. But what's not so good? Well, how can I put this... YOU CAN'T SAVE! Although this game is quite short, I don't want to have to sit down and play the whole thing through every time I play it. Putting aside its small flaw, this is still a game I'd highly suggest sticking in your Game Boy collection.
I never actually beat "Earthworm Jim" on the Super NES, and I certainly never played the versions that were only found on the Sega systems (I was and still am a Nintendo devotee,) so when I found out it was going to come... Read Full Review
Hey, how's it going this is my first GBA review so let's get on with it shall we.... so earthworm jim is a fairly good game you could say...well actually i said that..but anyways the gameplay is pretty good for a GBA ... Read Full Review