Perspective: Side view
Published by: LJN Toys
Developed by: Atlus Co.
Platform: Nintendo (NES)
The game is based on the famous horror film, which became even more famous due to the appearance of the computer virus of the same name. Well, the game has nothing to do with the game, although you will have to deal with it by solving logic problems.If the 13th number falls on Friday, the evil guy Jason Vorhiz, drowned in Lake Crystal by inattention to the rest camp tutors, climbs out of it into the light of God and tries to remind of his tragic fate to all who get caught up in his hurry. In all, there are 15 helpless children in the camp in the care of six teenage caregivers. You have to organize a circular defense against the bloodthirsty Jason.
- The street. Look more often at the map of the camp and specify your current location, which helps to keep the situation in the camp under control.
- Lake Crystal. This is the only way to get to the cottages with children.
- Forest. Forest paths on the map are not marked, and here you can get lost if you do not remember the distance you traveled.
- Cave. You can reveal the secrets of the cave only with a flashlight and a key. However, secret doors can be found without a flashlight, just poking into the dark walls.
- The fight with Jason lasts many rounds throughout the game. You can meet Jason anywhere in the camp - both on the street and in the cottages. To the villain lost the round, you need to hit it seven times, no matter what - even a cobblestone, even a torch. From the round, you have to hit it seven times, no matter what - cobblestone, even a torch. From this rule there are exceptions: for example, when all other caregivers died or Jason had less than eight energy units, the round continues until the complete victory of one of the fighters.