One lazy summer, back in 1975, Mike, Neil and Ian James went to the local football field.
Mike did not know that he was to be the source of the days entertainment.
Neil and Ian decided to throw Mike in the air and catch him again. Soon bored ofthis they
decided to throw him up in the air and not catch him, letting him fall to the ground and break his arm.
Flash forward to 2012, and during an episode of Retro Gaming RoundUp, Mike accidentally created a new segment
called 'James on James' where he recounted these tales of his youth and that of his brother Neil, who is a
regular contributor to the show community.
The hosts mused that it may be fun if someone one day took this story and made a game out of it.
Here is that game!!
James & Watch: Arm Breaker for the Sega Dreamcast has the following features:
* Please ensure that your Dreamcast is a model that boots from CD-R's before purchasing to avoid disappointment.
** James & Watch is an homage to handheld LCD games of yore, and in no way affiated with any of those manufacturers.
*** It is a homebrew project that is not licensed or produced by Sega.
The idea is simple, Neil and Ian will throw Mike back and forth.
Controlling Mike you have to alter your arc through the air to ensure you land back on a brother.
Whe you see an arrow displayed, you can hold a direction and Mike's trajectory will change.
If you miss, you will fall to the floor and break your arm.
Once both arms are broken, the next fall will be Game Over for Mike.
Finally, we would like to publicly thank and give full credit to our excellent Production Team Concept: Ben Lancaster Programming: Ben Lancaster Graphics: Ben Lancaster Sound: Ben Lancaster Production: Ben Lancaster Play Testing: Ben Jones Play Testing: Mike James Play Testing: Ian Guebert Play Testing: Jeremy Janargin Play Testing: Benjamin Rostance Play Testing: Neil James U.S. Promotions: William Culver Online Promotions: Mike James Accommodation Coordinator: Ben Jones Cover / Inlay Art: Benjamin Rostance