\/ Looks like someone never play with a Nes!
Anyway i found a glitch: you can jump Up to three blocks swaping the character 1 in mid air to the cahracter 2... (max heigth reachababable of course) ... but its useles if u know how to use the blue guy.
And it have a prob with the medals i beat the game and im... with no medals :Â´(
I feel like I'm missing something because the reviews have all been so positive, but I found this game incredibly difficult to play. The Tutorial levels didn't really teach you any of the controls. There are at least 8 keys to keep track of, and if you didn't memorize them completely during the preloader there doesn't seem to be a way to show them in the game itself. Using images in the background to guide the player in what to do was clever, but wasn't really clear enough. When there are arrow keys, are those the arrows I'm supposed to be pressing, or are those just general guides to show how I'm supposed to be moving and I have to figure out the exact motions on my own? I have no idea. Does the direction of the mouse cursor mean anything when you're controlling Jam? I think so, but I have no idea what and how to make him jump the way I want. Jam in general was incredibly difficult for me to control. And this is all in the tutorial; the only purpose of those levels is to teach you how to play the game, so the idea should be to make it as simple and easy as possible.
I don't mind difficult puzzle games, but the difficulty should be in solving the puzzle, not in being ignorant of how to work the game controls. I think making a more direct and clear tutorial would help a lot.
I came for the medals. >:D
Excellent game all the way around. Would recommend to all ages.