Jungle Strike

Original Platforms: Genesis, Amiga

Jungle Strike is an action/shooter game with strategy elements created by Electronic Arts originally for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis.

Year1993
GenreAction
Rating4

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PublisherElectronic Arts
DeveloperHigh Score Productions
OS supportedWindows XP, 2000 & Windows 7, MacOS X 10.6+
Updated20 October 2019
TAGSflight helicopter multi-directional shoot em up

Game Review

Jungle Strike is an action/shooter game with strategy elements created by Electronic Arts originally for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis.

The game is the sequel to Desert Strike, the most successful title released by Electronic Arts in the early '90s. Jungle Strike was released in 1993, one year after the first title. The game was also ported to SNES, Amiga (in 1994), and MS-DOS (in 1995).

The game mechanics are not so different compared to the predecessor. Probably the main difference is the addition of new vehicles, including a motorbike and an F-117. Even though the helicopter is still the primary vehicle. The settings are different: this time, you will have to fight against a South American drug lord, plus the son of the Desert Strike villain.

The Amiga version of Jungle Strike, curated by Ocean, has much smoother animations compared to Desert Strike. There was also a 2MB version with enhanced graphics. This would also be the last of the Strike series to be ported to Amiga: Urban Strike would never be released on the Commodore platform.

If you liked the first title, with his mix of helicopter simulation, strategy, shooting, and cinematic action, you can't miss this game.

Review by: Manu
Published: 20 October 2019, 9:26 am


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Download Jungle Strike - Amiga Version

Amiga version 1.1 - Language: EN - Size: 9.14 Mb

Amiga version 1.1 - Language: EN - Size: 9.74 Mb


Download Jungle Strike - Genesis Version

Genesis version 0.9 - Language: EN - Size: 6.10 Mb

Genesis version 0.9 - Language: EN - Size: 5.33 Mb


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