Tonnes of skele-fun.
We don’t know about you, but Halloween is one of our favourite times of the year. Autumn is in full force, supermarkets are littered with skeletons and pumpkins, and it’s possibly the only time of year where it’s acceptable to watch The Exorcist on repeat while gorging on Toblerone (although you’ll forgive us if that’s been our Saturday night ritual for much of the year — 2020, eh?). For most of us, Halloween will likely look a bit different this year; some may not even bother celebrating at all. Thankfully, though, Pumpkin Jack has arrived to fill the ghostly void, and we’re delighted to say that it’s absolutely worth picking up.
If you’re a fan of the classic action platformer MediEvil, then you’ll be right at home with Pumpkin Jack. Taking place in the quiet, dreadfully boring Arc En Ciel Kingdom, the Devil himself conjures up a curse to plunge the kingdom into depths of despair, unleashing monsters and ghouls upon the poor, unsuspecting residents. The King tasks his champion Wizard to defend his people, so in retaliation, the Devil enlists his own champion to take on the Arc En Ciel Wizard: Stingy Jack.
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