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    James Pond: Underwater Agent

    Game » consists of 2 releases. Released 1990

    An action game that parodies the James Bond series. Taking place in many undersea locations, Pond has to undertake several missions from saving mermaids to destroying an oil plant.

    Short summary describing this game.

    James Pond: Underwater Agent last edited by Mento on 02/18/19 05:54AM View full history


    James Pond: Underwater Agent is an action game where the protagonist is a fish secret agent that swims around, cleans up the polluted water, and protects sealife from poachers. The game spoofs the James Bond franchise. For example, the levels have names like "From Three Mile Island With Love", "A View to a Spill" and "Leak and Let Die". Gameplay elements include using a few gadgets like a time bomb, keys, cages, etc. which James Pond can hold and carry around.

    The game was originally developed by Vectordean for home computers in 1990 and ported to the Sega Genesis by Millennium Interactive in 1991. It was followed by four sequels, the last of which was released over twenty years after the first.


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