They’re back! ToeJam and Earl are primed for a fourth outing, this time on PCs. The original creators have initiated a Kickstarter campaign, and this new installment takes the series back to its roots in a big way. This could be the one we’ve been waiting for, so check it out!
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The funky duo returned to gaming in 2002 with Mission to Earth for the Xbox. A return to form after the side-scrolling Panic on Funkotron, the third game bring back old favorites and introduces new characters. Read our complete hands-on and see if this one still holds a beat.
Our latest review details the second adventure of our favorite alien duo. Panic on Funkotron goes in a different direction than the original and many people got turned off by it. I thought it was pretty cool but there was just something missing.
Toe Jam & Earl was designed by Greg Johnson, who has been involved with video games for twenty-four years. Beginning with the EA mega-hit Starflight, Johnson has steadily maintained a level of originality and ingenuity that has kept him in constant demand. Read our interview with him for behind the scenes information on the ToeJam and Earl series.
In 1991, Sega released a title that was a world apart from the standard platformers and shooting games of the era. ToeJam & Earl took the Genesis by storm with its seamless mix of hip-hop beats, random levels, and simultaneous two-player gameplay. A true Genesis classic, it set a standard for multi-player games that has withstood the test of time. Read about the complete history of the franchise in our retrospective, and get your groove on!