Jeep Jamboree: Off Road Adventure

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Jeep Jamboree: Off Road Adventure
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Box art of Jeep Jamboree: Off Road Adventure
Developer(s)Gremlin Interactive
Publisher(s)Virgin Games[2]
Designer(s)Ali Davidson[2][1]
Composer(s)Tommy Tallarico[3]
Platform(s)Game Boy[2][1]
Genre(s)Off-road racing[2]
Multiplayer[4] (up to two players)

Jeep Jamboree: Off Road Adventure is a Game Boy racing video game that involves Jeep Wrangler vehicles. This game was later recycled for use in the video game Race Days (also for the Game Boy).


Driving at a speed of 130 km/H on the open road against other drivers.

A first person perspective is used like in the game Test Drive and its sequels.[2]

There are several options in the game including: difficulty level, whether to race in MPH or KM/H, steering ability, whether or not to have a track map, chevrons, and position flashing. The object is to race laps around a muddy race track while trying to get first place. There are twenty tracks to race in; each with a timer that forces the player to race fast.[4] There is an option to either do a single race or a multi-race tournament against a computer opponent or through a human playing while using the Game Boy link cable and another copy of the video game.[2][4] Items in the background like electric lines and rocks help provide a road-like feeling to the races.

In a single-player race, the player will race to the finish line against a field of approximately nineteen other drivers.


Allgame gave this video game a rating of 3 stars out of 5 in their review.[5]