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While younger gamers probably didn’t have an opportunity to encounter it, the cult classic Jazz Jackrabbit was a particularly unforgettable platformer from the 1990s for players on MS-DOS (and especially was one of the very first games manufactured by Cliff Bleszinski of   Gears of War along with  LawBreakers fame), and today a new generation will be able to experience the names today.

GOG has announced that the Jazz Jackrabbit series is currently available for sale through the online retailer, with all the initial  and Jazz Jackrabbit 2 readily available for $9.99 per year, and Epic MegaGames’ Epic Pinball (which is now called Epic Games) is also available on the storefront for $5.99. All three titles are currently discounted by 10% away because a special launch advertising (before December 7th at 2pm UTC), or even individuals looking to play all three will have the ability to snatch a package for $19.47.

Although the first game and its sequel bring players the first versions of the legendary platformers, GOG’s release of Jazz Jackrabbit 2 also comprises the “JJ2+” mod which collects many mods in the games’ community collectively, for example enlarged multiplayer features and game modesand bug fixes, along with other tools to play with other user creations or make your own.

To get a closer look in the GOG releases of this  Jazz Jackrabbit series, you can head over to your own storefront.

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