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Snacks'n Jaxson
Box artwork for Snacks'n Jaxson.
Developer(s)Bally/Sente
Publisher(s)Bally/Sente
Release date(s)
Genre(s)Action
System(s)Arcade
Players1-2
Mode(s)Single player, Multiplayer
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Snacks'n Jaxson is an arcade game that was released by Bally and Sente in 1984; it was the fifth of that original batch of eight games to run on their SAC-I hardware, and the player must use a trackball to direct the head of a clown named Jaxson De Box (who has the ability to stretch his neck extremely far) around the screen, while eating the various snacks that emerge from the holes in the walls on the left and right sides of the screen, with a single button to make him sneeze away bad things like green peppers, and all the while rebounding his nose so that it does not shatter the window behind him and cost him a life. Each meal (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and midnight snack) is comprised of six courses, and the number of the current course is indicated by that badge on Jaxson's shirt; there are also four types of bonus meals, which involve nose-bouncing (much like the regular meals), baseball-catching, juggling and peanut-eating (much like the second course of the midnight snack). If you make it to the second day, a cuckoo clock shall appear upon the right wall, to limit Jaxson's movement on that side - and the first course of breakfast on that day is made up of five pieces of bacon, as opposed to one.

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