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[Tier: Moons][Fastest Completion]Coleco Jumpman Junior (USA) in 04:48.58 by adelikat.
Bizhawk movie (.bkm) (date: 2012-12-13)
MKV file via BitTorrent (size: 3.44 MB, length: 05:15)
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Submission #3778 — Author's comments
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Rating: 6.0 (17.5 votes)
- Uses death to save time
- Uses hardest difficulty
- Genre: Platform
- Genre: Puzzle

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Jumpman Junior is a game developed by Randy Glover, who described it as a "lite" version of Jumpman containing 12 levels for users without disk drives. In it, you need to defuse all of the bombs placed on Jupiter by terrorists. To do this, you must climb up ladders, touch the vines, and, of course, jump.

adelikat, in the site's first ColecoVision run ever, completes this game in 4:48.58 by jumping through walls, abusing deaths, and moving very fast.

Note: The character should not be confused with Mario, who was originally named Jumpman. Interestingly enough, Glover cited Donkey Kong as inspiration for this game. It is not known whether the naming is a coincidence or not.

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