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Hermes is an extraordinary Jump'n' Run game with plenty of bad taste humour. If you feel offended by crude and dirty humour you may run away now. The game also features pixel violence and promotes the consumption of meat. If you are a hardcore vegetarian, you might very much dislike the game or just have a good laugh.


Our hero, known to his friends as Hermes, lives in France, the country of love which is also known for its exquisite cuisine. One day Hermes had an appetite for grilled chicken. Certainly a man's man like Hermes wouldn't go to the supermarket for frozen chicken. No! He's going to slaughter his own farm-raised free range chicken, but this chicken has a mind of his own. This is where our story starts...Chase the escaped chicken to catch it and prepare yourself an unforgettable barbecue-grilled chicken. Yummy! But hell, that chicken sure runs fast!


  • 32 levels of hand designed pixels art!
  • Retro Amiga style chiptune soundtrack!
  • Hidden warp zones!
  • Score tracking!
  • 480p and VGA support - Supports HDMI & VGA Cables
  • Region Free - plays in systems from all regions! 


  • TITLE: Hermes
  • EDITION: Standard
  • PLATFORM: Dreamcast
  • UPC: 754194162555
  • REGION: Region Free
  • RELEASE: Q3 2022
  • GENRE: Platformer
  • PLAYER(S): 1 Player
  • LANGUAGES: English
  • DEVELOPER: RetroGuru


New games for the Dreamcast system are produced with the leading standard of the industry. Using media production factories, high quality packaging and professional printers to create products just like they were released in 1999! While these games are not licensed or endorsed by Sega, they are Licensed by the software rights holder and manufactured on to media for consumer production and not knockoffs or burned cd copies. 

This is produced on MIL-CD, while the majority of  Dreamcast consoles are compatible with MIL based media, some of the units in the very last productions are unable to read the media. This can be identified by reading the production date information system label on the underside of the console. Units with a production date on or after November 2000 may not be compatible with this product