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JR Craft Classic JR is currently undergoing massive changes, which we hope will bring a new lease of life into the server. Jamie and the rest of the JR Staff team have been working to bring you a new server, Classic. It will host one of the old worlds we used to have on JR (arguably the best one we've had). The hope is this will bring back in some of you older members, whilst at the same time be just another added feature for newer members. The map is the exact same one it used to be so should still contain all your old builds. To join, connect to play.jrcraft.net and use the command /server classic . The server is equipped with many familiar plugins that we've used in the past, including clans, chestshop, and more! Unfortunately we were unable to recover homes but we do have a dynmap up to help you find any old builds. We hope to add many new features as well. Premium We are committed to making this a success and hope some of you can support us! We are currently in the process of improving the premium rank for the server for those of you wanting to support us. Currently as a premium member you get these perks: /flyspeed /setwarp - give other players easy access to your shops and buildings. /back - so you don't lose items/xp on death. /vanish Create signs with colours. /clan create - create your own clan. Create hats /god Chat in colour (using colour codes &1, &2 ect) /tp We hope to expand these perks in the future and are always open to new suggestions for perks. So please let us know if you have any suggestions! If you wish to support us you can purchase premium here. Suggestions If you have any feedback please feel free to leave a comment or contact one of the team and we'll definitely make sure to respond it. If you have any suggestions, please tell us! It all really helps Kind Regards, JR Staff Team
There are few game developers as beloved as Rare. Its creations have charmed millions over the last 30 years with witty writing and an attention to detail that lends credence to goofy, fantastical worlds. It's found success in a wide range of genres, and Rare Replay, a collection of thirty games from the studios' distant and recent past, showcases this success perfectly. It has offbeat side-scrolling beat-em-ups, racing games, a fighting game, first-person shooters, games starring piñatas, and even one about a foul-mouthed squirrel who makes his debut under the fog of a massive hangover. Rare Replay isn't a "best of" collection, as some of its games are better regarded as historical touchstones rather than timeless hits, but there's plenty to enjoy, and even learn, if you're willing to go the distance to unlock Rare Replay's bonus content. Rare Replay is mostly old material, but oh what material it is. Boot up a game like Battletoads, and you're reminded of the golden, 8-bit era where studios experimented with wild ideas, when it was ok to make a game with frogs named Zitz and Pimple who walk upright and man-handle weaponized robots. Battletoads isn't merely regarded for its unusual dressing; it's also a game that's fun to play. It frequently surprises you with new mechanics and settings. These qualities define many of Rare Replay's best games, including Conker's Bad Fur Day, and Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts, and Blast Corps. Even more straightforward games draw you in with great, refined gameplay, like Cobra Triangle and R.C. Pro-Am, or maybe you take a liking to the handful of games that marry great writing, music, and characters.