I still love this game and have wished for a real sequel for nearly 20 years now

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User Info: LobsterSan

LobsterSan
5 years ago#11
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User Info: DamageInc

DamageInc
5 years ago#12
LOL!!!

I would love to see a sequel to this game too... bundled with a sequel to Cross Country Canada :)
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User Info: LobsterSan

LobsterSan
5 years ago#13
DamageInc posted...
LOL!!!

I would love to see a sequel to this game too... bundled with a sequel to Cross Country Canada :)


I didn't know they had a Canadian version of that game. We used to play Cross Country USA all the time in our grade school computer lab on Apple II computers. Good times.

User Info: DamageInc

DamageInc
5 years ago#14
Funny thing is that I thought it was a Canadian production -- I didn't realize there was a Cross Country USA.

Other epic games from that time include Below the Root, Odell Lake, and Number Munchers :)

But yeah, my sister and I played the heck out of Jones back in the day. Was a great, simple multiplayer game for its time. I never understood why it seemed to get so much hate.
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User Info: LobsterSan

LobsterSan
5 years ago#15
Number Muncher made me the the king of math speed tests in 3rd grade.

I found a facebook Jones in the Fast Lane multiplayer project in the works. I tried it out but it seemed a little buggy. I like the more faithful flash version better.

User Info: bw3011

bw3011
4 years ago#16
I love the game, but there's only so many times I can play against Jones himself before it starts getting repetitive. The new flash version has online multiplayer available but there's literally never anyone else playing.

User Info: LobsterSan

LobsterSan
4 years ago#17
Yeah I don't like waiting for Jones' turn to finish, so I usually end up just playing solo and trying to either a) beat my record for finishing the game with maxed stats or b) try to have a ton of money, buy a ton of gold at it's lowest price, then sell for millions when inflation hits.

User Info: LobsterSan

LobsterSan
4 years ago#18
This week you made $63 with your computer
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