Hermes is an extraordinary Jump’n Run game covering bad taste humour. The game also features pixel violence and promotes the consumption of meat. If you are a hardcore vegetarian, you might very much dislike the game or just have a good laugh. Hermes, at least this is how his friends call him, is living in France, the country of love, but also the country known for its exquisite cuisine. One day Hermes had mood for a chicken leg, certainly a real men like Hermes, won’t go to the super market and get pre-packed chicken, no… it has to be a real one, slaughtered off by his own hand. This is where our story starts. Chase the escaped chicken to prepare a great grilled leg. The platformer is available for
multiple formats and comes with 32 levels and 10 amazing Amiga tunes, you can pre-ordered for just 15 euro.
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