Jazz Jackrabbit is the second release of a long-awaited game about the unlikely hero of Popeye, created by Disney. The second game is not nearly as good as the first, but it still has its fans. In fact, the only reason why I wouldn't recommend it would be because of the bad port that it has. And let's be honest, who wants to play a PC game that has some kind of lag? Fortunately, I am going to give you a brief review on the new game.
Jazz Jackrabbit 2is a side scrolling platform game designed by Epic MegaGames. It was released for Windows, originally, and later, for Macintosh as part of the Epic Megagames Classics Collection. Like the original game, Jazz Jackrabbit 2 has side-scrolling levels and some other added multiplayer options, such as the ability to play it over the Internet or a LAN. It also has some neat little features, such as the ability to turn the camera, zoom in and out, flip through menus, highlight objects using the keyboard, lock the screen and a few other cool options. One thing that the new game doesn't have, however, is any kind of built-in level editor, which might have been a nice addition.
Jazz Jackrabbit 2 can be played for free online, and players who like what they see can purchase the original game for a very reasonable price. The price for this game is actually lower than that of the second game in the series. For anyone who enjoyed Jazz Jackrabbit and want the whole series with all of its added extras, I would recommend downloading the game for free. Whether you loved the first game or not, you're still going to find yourself entertained by Jazz Jackrabbit 2.