Last month J2O reported on the soundtracks of JJ1, JJ2, and JJ3 being released commercially for the first time ever, as part of the “Retro Game Music Bundle.” That bundle is over, but they’ve been made available again, over at loudr.fm:
Both are brought to the site by Joypad Records, which also sells the soundtrack to Noogy’s Dust: An Elysian Tale, among plenty of other albums. I can’t tell you anything about where the money goes — Joypad, GMB, Epic, Robert Allen, Alexander Brandon — because I have no clue.
I’m not going to recommend you buy this… there’s no indication that GMB or Joypad have fixed any of the various issues that people brought up while the bundle was running, the price has risen substantially since then, and it’s no longer really a hot-button news item that people might pay attention to. But it’s kind of nice to know that the soundtracks are still available, on what looks like a permanent basis, don’t you think? Now if only the same could be said for the games themselves…
In 2006 A handheld was released called the VG POCKET CABLET which included 50 games!
What has this to do with Jazzjackrabbit? Nothing with the exception that one of the games called ‘‘Adventures of Walldog’‘ has graphics ripped from Carrotus.
Just something cool I found on youtube. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=DGjGRb8Z-Jk#t=264sThis was posted on RabbitJournal on June 7th 2013. You can post, too!
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.