Think of it. A bouncing boingball game that is playable to the fullest! Jump! is that but also so much more. Here you’ve got a remarkable game that brings a stunning 3D Arcade game feel to any Amiga with an AGA chipset with 28 levels to complete in the end. Jump! is a game that ads a genre that’s way too underrated. And now a demo of the game is finally out for you to try.

The full game will cost 45 euros for the boxed version and 29 euros for the digital version. I know which version I would choose as a collector for sure. It is great that the developers are giving buyers a choice!

Get ready to Jump! on any AGA Amiga

You need more than 6MB of RAM to play this game. It works on Amiga 1200, Amiga 4000, Amiga 4000T, and on an expanded Amiga CD32 console. For Amiga 1200 owners, I can recommend getting a Tsunami 68030 accelerator for your Amiga 1200. With this accelerator, your Amiga 1200 also gets 64MB RAM which is perfect for playing such games for AGA Amiga.

There are other options too for Amiga 4000, Amiga 4000T, and the Amiga CD32 console.

The resolution of the gameplay screen in Jump! is 320×256 in amazing 256 colors. I’ve tested it on my Amiga 1200 with 68060 100MHz and it runs silky-smooth there too. So, I can clarify that the game works nicely on 68060 Amigas without issues. Great! And that also includes the latest AmigaOS 3.2.1 install.

Control Jump! with Joystick and Keyboard

Both joystick and keyboard work to control the bouncing ball. The task in the game is to jump through amazing tunnels in galaxies full of traps and puzzles to reach and destroy the secret base.

The game is made by the people of the 90s Amiga demoscene. Programming and graphics are done by Kefir/Union and the Music by XTD/Lamers!!! You rock!!!

This is the 3D arcade game to get for your Amiga. You can already pre-order here. Support indie developers supporting the Amiga if you like this game. I am certain that you do.