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A Shooter game for NES by Square

JJ box art

The sequel to Tobidase Daisakusen (known in North America as 3-D WorldRunner), JJ is sometimes referred to by its long form, "Jumpin' Jack". It was the last game by Square to utilize the "3D mode" and 3D glasses, and was Square's last work before the inception of the Final Fantasy franchise.

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Release date
7 Dec 1987
JJ box art for NES
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