๐Ÿชฑ ‘Earthworm Jim’ Set For Small Screen Revival ๐Ÿชฑ #EarthWormJim

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Interplay Entertainment Corp., the software publisher and developer, has partnered with APA to bring its Earthworm Jim game series back to the small screen with an all-new creative team behind it.

Played by millions worldwide since it first launched on the Sega Genesis in 1994 and celebrated for its meta-humour, edgy art style and tight platform gameplay, Earthworm Jim is a cult classic.

Last seen on TV in 1996 after a successful run of 23 episodes on the WB Television Network, the new series follows the adventures of Jim, a worm in a robotic suit who fights a plethora of eccentric enemies. 

It will feature a host of new faces as they navigate an absurd, hostile and colorful galaxy, where each planet is home to a race of anthropomorphic animals. 

Jim's ultimate quest is to find his true home among the stars: a near-mythical planet called Earth.

Watch the interview with Earthworm Jim about the upcoming series at  www.beyondthegroovy.com

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