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GadZombiE - 01/11/2017
One of the best games for Atari. Very colorful, fast action, great sounds and music, superb animation!
Wrathchild - 27/01/2016
For fun, a cartridge version was created that permits this game to run on 16KB Atari's, e.g. 400 or 600XL. Available here:

Rob - 15/10/2014
After about a week's worth of practice, I can now complete this game (levels 1 to 10) on the hardest difficulty setting (5).
Hillsy_ - 11/10/2013
Great game, got pretty far in this one. Such an unusual game. Nice music and sound too, Let's rock! :)
Muffy St. Bernard - 16/12/2009
It actually IS fun, but the learning curve is steep; you have to figure out the best way to do everything. Strangely, the first level seems much harder than the second to a first-time player.

But hey, "Vinyl pods?" Stalactites in a record factory? The world's most sensitive head? Something ain't quite right...
Paul Westphal - 15/12/2009
This is a colorful and fun game when you get the hang of it. Requires a bit of patience.


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Jet Boot Jack atari screenshot
Jet Boot Jack atari screenshot
Jet Boot Jack atari screenshot


GenreArcade - Platformer (Single Screen)Year1983
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherEnglish Software Company (UK)
Players1, 2 (alt.), DemoCountryUnited Kingdom

Williams, Jon

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Other versions with the same title:

Dynamics Marketing, Byte Back, Datamost.

Also appears on the Atari Smash Hits - Volume 1, Volume 2 and Volume 3 compilations.

Many thanks to RossPK for the scans!

Missing original disk image!


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