Lazy Jones

Lazy Jones

1984 (12/31/1984)

Genre: Plate-forme

Lazy Jones is a computer game for the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, MSX and Tatung Einstein. It was written by David Whittaker and released by Terminal Software in 1984. The Spectrum version was ported by Simon Cobb. Lazy Jones is essentially a collection of fifteen smaller sub-games. The game takes place inside a hotel with three floors, connected by an elevator. The character is a lazy hotel employee who does not much care for his work, but prefers to sneak into the rooms to play video games inst…

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Release date 12/31/1984
Developer David Whittaker
Genre Plate-forme
Publisher Terminal Software
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