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Jammit
Publisher: Virgin
Developer:
System(s): Sega Mega Drive
Sound driver: GEMS
Genre: Sports































Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
US
$62.99[1] T-70296
Sega Mega Drive
AU
$? ?



Jammit is a 1994 basketball game for various consoles, including the Sega Mega Drive, by GTE ImagiTrek Studios (renamed GTE Interactive Media shortly after the Mega Drive version's release). This version was published by Virgin exclusively in the United States, although the game was previewed for release in Europe around March 1994[2] - something which did not materialise.

The game is a simple 1-on-1 basketball game with several different play styles starring several fictional street-smart players.

Production credits

  • Credits GTE Imagitrek Studios
  • Director: Paul Rhoads
  • Software Design: Phil Sorger, Bob Skinner
  • Exec Producer: Tom Casey
  • Producer: Jerry Albright
  • Art Director: Lori Nichols
  • Graphic Artists: Brian McManamon, Jenifer Bacon, Mark Macy, Susan Hayden
  • Music: Doninique Widiez, Dwight Stone
  • Music & SFX Editor: Terry Barnum
  • Production Mgr: Stephanie Koerner
  • Quality Assurance: Stewart Spilkin
  • Starring: William S Beckles, Josef Cannon, Joni Davis, Jonathan Yacker
  • Special Thanks: Danny Aijala, Dane Wygal, Dan Spirn, Dale Marvin, Tommy Tallarico, Joe Kosic
  • Credits Virgin Interactive
  • Quality Assurance: Bijan Shaheer, David Fries, Paul Moore, Erik Harshman, Nick Camerota, Mike McCaa, Chris Rausch, Scott Manning
  • Producer: Michael S Glosecki
  • Asst Producer: Ken Love
  • Dir of Software Publishing: Neil Young
  • Manual: Russ Ceccola, Lisa Marcinko
  • Box: Lauren Rifkin

Promotional material

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Electronic Gaming Monthly (US) #59: "June 1994" (1994-xx-xx)
also published in:
  • VideoGames (US) #66: "July 1994" (1994-xx-xx)[3]
  • GamePro (US) #60: "July 1994" (1994-xx-xx)[4]
  • EGM² (US) #1: "July 1994" (1994-07-19)[5]
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Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
85 №55, p132[6]
80 №32, p42/43
Sega Mega Drive
83
Based on
2 reviews

Mega Drive, US
Jammit MD US Box.jpg
Cover
Jammit MD US Cart.jpg
Cart

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Mega Drive
CRC32 d91b52b8
MD5 946d261192111ed5baaae7c7d917d1be
SHA-1 2f43bfd04f563a67f4a2c8b8e36c541c19913a50
2MB 1993-10 Cartridge (US)

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 File:GamePlayers US 0705.pdf
  2. File:SegaMagazine UK 01.pdf, page 26
  3. File:VideoGames US 66.pdf, page 75
  4. File:GamePro US 060.pdf, page 19
  5. File:EGM2 US 01.pdf, page 57
  6. File:GamePro US 055.pdf, page 134