90's video game platformers were ruled exclusively by a chubby plumber and a blue anthropomorphic hedgehog until an earthworm named Jim, uh, wormed his way into our hearts. Earthworm Jim left a huge impact on the video games industry with bizarre art style and quirky, slightly off-color story.
Daiman has done good job of imagining our slimy invertebrate hero into LEGO brick. I especially like Jim himself and his trusty, over-sized red blaster.
Ultimately the popularity of Jim and his super spacesuit just couldn't keep up with Mario and Sonic, leaving Jim just a fond memory in the hearts of millennials everywhere.