Jump! - The Amiga AGA version of Yoomp! gets exclusive new alpha footage via Saberman! [New Update]

The Amiga scene just keeps on giving us the good stuff, as not only do we now know that Jump! is still coming to the Amiga, which is the Amiga AGA version of a game originally called Yoomp! But as of today you can see some exclusive new Alpha footage from our good friend Saberman. Yoomp! 64 was originally released in 2020 by RGCD and Psytronik Software on the C64, as port of the fantastic Atari XE/XL game. It featured gaming mechanics in which you need to bounce a ball through many different three-dimensional textured tubes, to collect as many points as you can while trying not to fall off the edge.

(This video contains flashing lights and other visual patterns, which may trigger seizures for those with photosensitivity issues)

As we said before : The creator Kefir_Union has said there are a number of differences compared to the Atari version of Yoomp. As in Jump! there are 16 tiles on an axis game field, there are 10 deep tiles that are visible instead of 4 for better planning of moment, newly added special orange bonus fields, which change game for collecting points, there are more special fields which may cause other fields to disappear, the game will have 28 levels of challenging ball bouncing fun, 5 music tracks by XTD/Lamers, and will be playable in a resolution of 320x256 in 256 colors!

Hardware requirements:
  • Amiga 1200 14MHz with at least 6MB of fast ram. This configuration ensures full gameplay smoothness.
Links :1) Source : Available for Pre-Order shipping spring 2022 

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