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J-Bird

J-Bird is an abandoned action game developed by Orion Software and released by Orion Software in 1983. J-Bird runs on DOS. Download the game here.
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Additional info

The original Q*bert was a classic fixed-screen arcade game. The goal of the game is to change the color of each cube of a pyramid by jumping on it with Q*bert while avoiding enemies.
Original title: Q*bert
First released in: 1982
Developer: Gottlieb
Publisher: Gottlieb
Designers: Warren Davis, Jeff Lee
Originally developed for: arcades
Also released for: every platform you can think of

This game is a remake of: Q*Bert

Input: joystick, keyboard

Distributed on: 5,25 floppy disk

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