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James Bond Jr. was a 1991 video game based on the American animated television series of the same name. The game was developed by Eurocom and released for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Super NES.
- "The world's greatest scientists have disappeared and now it's up to you as James Bond Jr. to rescue them! Intelligence reports indicates that your old enemy S.C.U.M Lord has imprisoned them on his island fortress in the Caribbean. You head out on four dangerous missions to save the scientists and thwart S.C.U.M. Lord's plans!"
- ― Box blurb from the NES version.
The NES version of James Bond Jr. is similar to most other Nintendo and Super Nintendo side-scrolling platformers. The player controls James Bond Jr. and can run, jump, shoot, and punch enemies while locating objects within a given time-limit. Unlike the NES variant, the SNES version was a mixture of shooting and platforming; alternating between exploration and vehicle missions. Vehicle levels include a side-scrolling helicopter mission (armed with missiles and bombs) and spaceship battle similar to the game Super R-Type.
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