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The Blues Brothers were created by Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi. The film of the same name became immensely popular and released many spin-off products on the market, like this game. The Jukebox Adventure was the second game starring the brothers.
This is an easy and fun no-brainer. In the beginning of the game you must choose which Blues Brother you want to play. As far as I know, your choice does not affect the game in any way. You will traverse many levels in this platform game, each with its own special monsters. Some of these will be fast and some will be slow, but they are all deadly, so you should always walk around armed. Your weaponry in the game is limited to LPs that you collect throughout all the missions. Try to use them cleverly, as there is a limit to your “ammunition”. You can also pick up Power Boosters that will greatly increase your jumps, enabling you to explore hidden parts of the game.
The graphics and sound in the game are nice and help to bring the game alive. There isn’t much more to tell you about the game. It’s simple, but still good fun.