DOS game, 1983
- Greg Kuperberg
- Orion Software
- Platform, Side-view, Other
J-Bird is one of the oldest games I can remember. It saw the light of day in 1983, so it has had a good few years of existence. And although it was created for computers from the first half of the eighties, ie ones that you can only find in computer museums today, it still runs like new today. Perhaps only speaker music will bore you a bit at the start - it cannot be switched off, so you will always have to listen to it by the end. In all other respects, however, the game works great.
In the role of a small bird, you jump on the individual cubes from which the pyramid is built. Each of your jumps repaints the wall of the cube you hit, and your goal is to color the entire side of the pyramid this way. The task is simple at first, but over time the atmosphere will thicken nicely. The work will be gradually made more difficult by falling balls, hatching eggs with nasty snakes, bouncing cats, which grind their claws on you and more and more vermin. Even the rules of the game will gradually get harder and harder, so it's not just a matter of observation, but also a bit of thinking.
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