Author: Gustavo - Published: 25 September 2021, 12:36 pm
Jill of the Jungle: Jill Goes Underground is the second chapter of the Jill of the Jungle trilogy, a series of side-scroller platform games designed to compete with [Duke Nukem] and [Commander Keen]. It was released in 1992 for MS-DOS only.
Today it's time to review another of the first significant female figures in video games that are not just there to be rescued by the male protagonist. Will the second chapter of the franchise be as good as the first? Will it be an improvement on the original, considering how close they were released? Let's find out together.
Archimedean Dynasty is a science fiction submarine simulator created by Massive Development and published by BlueByte in 1996 for MS-DOS. It is considered the first chapter of the AquaNox series.
The Lords of Midnight is a mix of strategy and adventure games created in 1984 by Mike Singleton for the ZX Spectrum. In the following years, the Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC versions were also released.
Disney's Tarzan (also known as Tarzan Action Game) is a platformer created by Eurocom Developments and published by Disney in 1999 for Playstation and Windows. It was also ported to Nintendo 64.
Halo: Combat Evolved is a sci-fi first-person shooter created by Bungie Studios for Microsoft and released for the Xbox in 2001, then ported to Windows and Macintosh by GearBox in 2003.
Age of Empires is a historical real-time strategy game created by Ensemble Studios and published by Microsoft in 1997 for Windows. It's one of the most popular video games franchises ever created.
Civilization II, or simply Civ2, is the second chapter of the most famous turn-based strategy video game ever created: Sid Meier's Civilization. The game's objective is to "Build an empire to stand the test of time".