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Joe Gunn - Gold Edition

You are Joseph J. Gunn. Archaeologist by passion. By chance you stumbled upon an unknown pyramid in the desert of Egypt. You suspect it to be the long lost tomb of the Crocodile King. The king whose name has been erased from history as if nobody should ever know of his existence. 

Can you enter the tomb, solve it's secret and escape alive again? 

Puzzles, traps and ancient enemies await you...  

Joe Gunn (C64) 

** JOE GUNN FEATURES ** 

· Special GOLD version of the game featuring extra content! 

· More than 70 rooms with puzzles and enemies. 

· 2 bosses to puzzle-fight it out with. 

· Cover artwork designed by Trevor 'Smila' Storey. 

· Disk includes both the English and German versions of the game.

· PAL and NTSC compatible.

· SD2IEC compatible.

Joe Gunn (C64) 

** JOE GUNN GAME CREDITS ** 
 
Coding by Georg 'Endurion' Rottensteiner

Graphics by Paul 'Madgarden' Pridham & Howard 'Codex' Kistler 

Music by Thomas E. 'Laxity' Petersen 

Title screen & cover artwork by Trevor 'Smila' Storey 

Additional packaging design by Jason 'Kenz' Mackenzie 

Disk menu code & music by Richard Bayliss

PDF manual by Andy 'Retrofreak90' Haywood
 
Joe Gunn (C64) 

** SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS **

Joe Gunn is a game for the Commodore 64. You can play the game in a C64 emulator (we recommend VICE) or you can port the game onto real C64 hardware if you have the resources to do so. The download file features the .d64 (disk version), .tap (tape version) + full game documentation.

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Joe Gunn Gold (C64 Disk + Tape) Psytronik Software 2 MB

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I love it, thanks a lot :)

I love this game!!!

Me encanta este juego! ese salto del personaje es maravilloso y los gráficos tan simples pero tan claros :)

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I loved this game so much I started the Spectrum port before a change in my life made it impossible for me to continue with it.

If you like retro platform puzzle games pick it up and play it in an emulator.  If you have a real C64 in your life you should already own it on physical release :)

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Me too, although I had to stop for different reasons.  (Note: video contains a couple of spoilers)