The game plays very similarly to Spy Hunter, in that you drive vertically along roads, collecting power-ups, and trying not to die. There are different stages, though, instead of one unending level like Spy Hunter, and there is the added twist that your car can jump--hence the name.The graphics are on the same level as Spy Hunter, which isn't a good or bad thing; it's just a thing. The music is what you would expect; it's nothing special, and, as with most NES games, will probably cause you to mute the television and listen to a CD instead. I can't, in good conscience, recommend this game to anyone, but not because it's a bad game--it just doesn't really have anything to offer. It's decent enough, but if you've played Spy Hunter and driven in the toon car from "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," then you can mentally combine those two concepts and have pretty much played Bump N Jump.