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Based on the motto ‘do not just watch – participate,’ the Bungee Jumping simulator offers countless venues - from the ordinary crane above bridges and dams to buildings and even hot-air balloons.
Genre: Sports Released: 01 November 2009
For many people bungee jumping is one of the most popular and thrilling extreme sports. All those who have already jumped, know what a rush it is. All those who haven’t, can now give it a whirl.
Based on the motto ‘do not just watch – participate’, the Bungee Jumping simulator offers countless venues - from the ordinary crane above bridges and dams to buildings and even hot-air balloons.
With the increasing degree of difficulty and experience of the player the jumps take place in ever higher positions. Those who show the most beautiful jumps and even perform combos (sequences) will be rewarded with high ratings. An additional fat bonus can be racked if you go for a touchdown, where you slightly touch the ground or water. In higher levels you even have to determine the cord type and the length of it yourself. But take care - those who act recklessly live dangerously.
The game provides a global highscore list due to which players can compete in all classes with their remote competitors. The motivation doesn’t dwindle, as there are daily, weekly, monthly and eternal highscore lists.
OS: Windows ® Me / 2000 / XP / Vista
DirectX: 9.0c or higher
Processor: Intel or AMD up from 1.5 GHz
Memory: 512 MB RAM
Graphics card: Geforce ® ATI Radeon ® up from 128 MB
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