Low G Man: The Low Gravity Man
Released in September 1990, Low G Man let people act out their innermost fantasy. That's right, a game that lets you jump really really high, without moon shoes even! As Kal, you can jump over half a screen's height unassisted, and with powerups, nearly two screens. After the novelty of jumping wears off, other less desirable features become apparent, such as jerky animation, awkward controls, and an unforgiving powerup system that seems to enjoy screwing you over. Note to the developers, did you really think people would enjoy the inclusion of a poison potion? Well, at least there is still the pleasure of thrusting a spear long enough to make Ron Jeremy jealous.