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Jeep Jamboree: Off Road Adventure

Jeep Jamboree: Off Road Adventure

Box art of Jeep Jamboree: Off Road Adventure


Developer(s) Gremlin Interactive
Publisher(s) Virgin Interactive Entertainment, Inc.[1]
Designer(s) Ali Davidson[1][2]
Composer(s) Tommy Tallarico[3]
Platform(s) Game Boy[1][2]
Release date(s)
  • NA July 1992[2]
Genre(s) Off-road racing[1]
Mode(s) Single-player[4]
Multiplayer[4] (up to two players)

Jeep Jamboree: Off Road Adventure is a Game Boy racing video game that involves Jeep Wrangler vehicles. This game was later recycled for use in the video game Race Days (also for the Game Boy).

Gameplay

Driving at a speed of 130 km/H on the open road against other drivers.

A first person perspective is used like in the game Test Drive and its sequels.[1]

There are several options in the game including: difficulty level, whether to race in MPH or KM/H, steering ability, whether or not to have a track map, chevrons, and position flashing. The object is to race laps around a muddy race track while trying to get first place. There are twenty tracks to race in; each with a timer that forces the player to race fast.[4] There is an option to either do a single race or a multi-race tournament against a computer opponent or through a human playing while using the Game Boy link cable and another copy of the video game.[1][4] Items in the background like electric lines and rocks help provide a road-like feeling to the races.

In a single-player race, the player will race to the finish line against a field of approximately nineteen other drivers.

Reception

Allgame gave this video game a rating of 3 stars out of 5 in their review.[5]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f Jeep Jamboree: Off Road Adventure at MobyGames
  2. ^ a b c Jeep Jamboree: Off Road Adventure at GameFAQs
  3. ^ Jeep Jamboree: Off Road AdventureComposer information for at Portable Music History
  4. ^ a b c d Jeep Jamboree Off Road Adventure at Game Boy Database
  5. ^ Jeep Jamboree: Off Road AdventureRating of at allgame
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