A downloadable game for Windows

The galaxy is under attack from the villainous Shoot 'n' Jump Man! It's up to galactic bounty hunter Jump 'n' Shoot Man to brave the dangers of planet Heynus and take down Shoot 'n' Jump Man once and for all. Do you have what it takes to save the galaxy?

"Jump 'n' Shoot Man" is a retro platformer with 4 brutal levels and bosses to defeat. Jump 'n' shoot solo or plug in a controller and play with a friend.*

*At least 1 gamepad is required for co-op play.


Controls
Arrow Keys/Left Analog - Move
Z Key/A Button - Jump
X Key/X Button - Shoot
Enter/Start - Pause/Skip cutscene
F4/Select - Toggle Fullscreen


Created by
Brian Ocasio

Graphics
Luis Zuno

Music
"Arcade Title (8-Bit)" by Wyver9
"A Journey Awaits" by Pierre Bondoerffer
"[Retro Game Music Pack] Level 1" by Juhani Junkala
"[Retro Game Music Pack] Level 2" by Juhani Junkala
"[Retro Game Music Pack] Level 3" by Juhani Junkala
"Boss Battle #1 [8bit]" by Nene
"Boss Battle #2 [8bit]" by Nene

Sound Effects
Little Robot Sound Factory

Special Thanks
My family
The Brozone
Shaun Spalding
Ben Anderson
OpenGameArt.org

More information

Published 220 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
AuthorBrian Ocasio
GenrePlatformer
Tags2D, 8-bit, Co-op, Difficult, GameMaker, Multiplayer, Retro, Sci-fi, Short, Side Scroller
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, XBox 360 controllers
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer
Player count1 - 2
LinksTwitter

Install instructions

Jump 'n' Shoot Man supports Xbox controllers. If you'd like to use a non-Xbox controller, you'll need x360e or similar software.

Download

Download
Jump 'n' Shoot Man 1.0.0 (9 MB)

Comments

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Made a video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sata-dPGhfI

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Woah, that's awesome. Just watched it. Thanks for taking the time to play and record my game! I tweeted out your video.

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Really loved the game if we were better at the game we would have shown off more of it in the video. For your first indie game it was really impressive and we look forward to whatever you come up with next. Glad you enjoyed the video and thank you for tweeting it out.

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Is the name of the game a reference to egoraptor

Yup! Nice catch!