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Jill of the Jungle
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Jill I
Jill I
Jill 2
Jill II
Jill 3
Jill III
Misc. Jill stuff.
Misc. Jill stuff.
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P.S. - This site looks funky in Netscape and keeps complaining about some java errors, I think it has something to do with the charming ads on the pages. Im going to work on correcting this, please try using IE in the mean time :)
This page is under construction.  Heck, I just started on it!  But, when I finish, it will be the first site on the net dedicated solely to one of the greatest DOS games ever created, Jill of the Jungle!!
 
It will be filled to the brim with information about the game, loads of screen shots, walk throughs, audio files of both sound blaster and "non soundblaster" sound effects, all of the music files in wav format, midi files, downloads, cool pictures from box covers and miscellaneous sources, yes I'll even mention the infamous cheat of pressing X three times during game play.  Speaking of cheats, that's about the only thing you can find on the net about the game!  What a shame!  Well, that will change in the next few months, so stay tuned and check back every now and then!
 
Just about all of the images and audio (that are and will be) on this site are  to Tim Sweeney, John Pallett-Plowright, Dan Froelich, and Joe Hitchens.  These guys are the creators of Jill, the awesome music and graphics and everything.  Some of the stuff on here is (or will be) my personal work, like the walkthroughs and stuff like that.  I don't mind what you do with that, but have some respect for the images and other stuff that I didn't create. 
 
You can purchase the Jill trilogy and other cool DOS games here, at epicclassics.com.
 
Here is my email addy in case anyone has any questions or whatever--

A neat illustration from a Jill hint booklet.
This image came off the cover of a hint booklet that I received with the trilogy disk I ordered from Epic games.

Eventually, I will have many text files on here for downloading, including walkthroughs I have written... transcribes of various box covers and hint booklets, etc, all to their respective creators of course.

I take creative/intellectual copyrights very seriously. I request those who wish to use the images etc. to do so with respect and to give credit where credit is due. (sorry if I sound like a nag...) I am so insistent on this because Jill is one of the most incredible games ever written, groundbreaking and years ahead of its time in numerous ways. Many people revere the ancient Atari video game Adventure for the same reasons that I revere Jill- they are timeless, classic games that dared to challenge the standards of computer programming.

A gif I created from level 14 of Jill I