Base Jumpers

Base Jumpers

Base Jumpers was the second release by Aaron and Adam Fothergill's Shadow Software outfit for publisher Rasputin and was very simple in concept. In a 2D platform gaming style, players run up to the top of towers, trying to combine 3 letter pickups to...

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Name Base Jumpers
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Platform Commodore Amiga CD32
Release Date 1995
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Developers Shadow Software
Publishers Rasputin Software
Genres Platform
Max Players 4
Cooperative Yes
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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Base_Jumpers
Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TA0VPPTgTg
Overview
Base Jumpers was the second release by Aaron and Adam Fothergill's Shadow Software outfit for publisher Rasputin and was very simple in concept. In a 2D platform gaming style, players run up to the top of towers, trying to combine 3 letter pickups to collect plain daft bonuses (there were something like 500 different 3 letter combinations) and then jump off the building and base jump down the outside. The last player to avoid the sticky out bits of the building and successfully open their parachute before becoming pavement art wins the round.
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