While younger gamers probably didn’t get a chance to experience it, the cult classic Jazz Jackrabbit was a particularly memorable platformer from the 1990s for players on MS-DOS (and notably was one of the first games developed by Cliff Bleszinski of Gears of War and LawBreakers fame), and now a new generation will get to experience the titles today.
GOG has announced that the Jazz Jackrabbit series is now available for purchase through the online retailer, with both the original and Jazz Jackrabbit 2 available for $9.99 each, and Epic MegaGames’ Epic Pinball (which is now known as Epic Games) is also available on the storefront for $5.99. All three titles are currently discounted by 10% off as a special launch promotion (until December 7th at 2pm UTC), or those looking to play all three will be able to grab a bundle for $19.47.
While both the original game and its sequel bring players the original versions of the iconic platformers, GOG’s release of Jazz Jackrabbit 2 also includes the “JJ2+” mod that collects several mods from the games’ community together, such as expanded multiplayer features and game modes, bug fixes, and additional tools to play other user creations or make your own.
For a closer look at the GOG releases of the Jazz Jackrabbit series, you can head over to their storefront.