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Bomb Jack II - Commodore 64 Game Cheats


Game Review & Description

Prepare for a return to the bomb-dappled skies with Bomb Jack II (aka Bomb Jack 2), the sequel that takes everything you loved about the original and dials it up a notch with more levels, trickier enemies, and bombs aplenty. This isn't just a sequel; it's a supercharged leap into a world where heroism is measured in high scores and the ability to leap tall buildings with a single bound isn't just handy, it's essential. Bomb Jack II on the Commodore 64 invites players back into its uniquely challenging universe, where the fate of the world hangs by the thread of a fuse, and only you can snip it with style.

As the game flickers to life on your Commodore 64, you're instantly immersed in a world that's both familiar and fresh. The graphics have received a polish, with more detailed backgrounds and character sprites that bring the game's various locales to life with vibrant 8-bit flair. From ancient temples to futuristic cities, each level is a feast for the eyes, providing the perfect backdrop for Bomb Jack's bomb-defusing escapades.

Gameplay in Bomb Jack II sticks to the high-flying formula that fans adore but introduces new mechanics and challenges that keep things interesting. This time around, the bombs aren't just sitting around waiting to be collected; they're on the move, carried by enemies who are none too pleased about your interference. This adds a dynamic layer to the gameplay, requiring players to not only navigate the levels with precision but also strategize the best way to liberate the bombs from their captors before time runs out.

But fear not, for Bomb Jack is as nimble as ever, with his trusty cape allowing for jumps that defy gravity and dodge enemies with ease. However, timing and trajectory are key, as the game introduces new environmental hazards and puzzle elements that require a keen eye and quick reflexes to overcome.

The competitive spirit of Bomb Jack II is alive and well, with a scoreboard that taunts and tempts you to try just one more time to beat your high score or outdo your friends. It's this addictive quality, the "one more go" factor, that makes Bomb Jack II a game that's hard to put down and even harder to master.

The chiptune soundtrack returns with catchy new tracks that perfectly match the game's blend of frantic action and strategic bomb collection. The sound effects, from the ticking of the bombs to the satisfying pop when they're collected, add to the immersive experience, making each level a symphony of retro gaming goodness.

For those intrepid bomb defusers ready to soar to new heights, a compendium of hints, tips, and cheat codes lies just beneath the surface. These secrets are your arsenal in the battle against the bomb-carrying baddies, offering strategies for mastering the most labyrinthine levels and tips for achieving the ultimate high scores. Whether you're a seasoned veteran of the first Bomb Jack or a newcomer eager to don the hero's cape, these insights are your guide to saving the day with agility, strategy, and a whole lot of jumps.

So, ready your reflexes, sharpen your strategies, and prepare for takeoff. Bomb Jack II isn't just a game; it's an adventure that tests your mettle at every turn, challenging you to be quicker, smarter, and jumpier than ever before. The bombs are ticking, and only you can stop them. Welcome back to the world of Bomb Jack. The sequel awaits, and it's a blast.

Infinite Lives

After loading the game, use a reset switch or cartridge to return to the command prompt, then type POKE 7053,200 and hit RETURN. Then, input the command SYS 39712 to return to the game with unlimited lives!

Action Replay users may alternatively gain infinite lives by hitting the left button on their Action Replay cartridge and selecting "E" from the menu. Then, enter POKE 34632,189 to gain access to infinite lives! Hit Return and F3 to return to the game.


 
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