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Source: Epic MegaNews #10
Remember all those twentieth anniversary news posts from last year? Well, there was still one left to go, because November 17, 1995 was the release date of the second Holiday Hare game, as announced in Epic MegaNews #10!
Last year’s Holiday Episode of Jazz Jackrabbit was so popular that we made a new Holiday episode this year! Holiday Hare ’95 features FIVE of the best, all-new Jazz levels yet, and a rockin’ holiday sound track. Featuring the same fast paced action that made Jazz Jackrabbit the PC Gamer’s (U.K.) Action Game of the Year in 1994, Holiday Hare ’95 is Shareware and is available NOW from all major online services and the Internet.
Instead of limiting the action to a single planet, HH95 presented gamers with two planets: Candion, a classic platform game theme, and Bloxonius, which landed the game on at least one list of LEGO-cameoing game recommendations. ;) Candion was too easy and Bloxonius was maybe too hard, but they were still interesting departures from the other JJ1 planets, which tended to keep cycling around to castles, grasslands, and industrial themes. And maybe you’ll see some more Bloxonius levels released at some point if Blackraptor puts his mind to it. HH95 was much less explicitly holiday-themed than its predecessor, but it was still free free free!
There was also an early plug for Jazz 2 at the bottom of the MegaNews issue; pretty much the same sort of language would appear in issues #11 (April ’96) and #12 (July ’96), followed in #13 (January ’97) by the promise of a feature in that month’s PC Gamer magazine, which you can find on page 56 here.
And if you don’t have HH95 yet, download it free today!
Source: Rock, Paper Shotgun,
In its daily game recommendation, PC gaming site Rock, Paper, Shotgun today highlights none other than Jazz Jackrabbit 1. There are some intersting ruminations on the game’s place in its contemporary gaming landscape and also a plug for JJ2+, which is always nice.
Hop on over to RPS to read the piece.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.