British unbiased studio Massive Evil Company has launched its debut recreation, fantasy puzzle-platformer Tanglewood, for the Sega Genesis and Steam.
No, you haven’t time-traveled again to the 90s. 16-bit side-scroller Tanglewood is a brand-new title for the Sega Genesis (also referred to as the Sega Mega Drive in areas outdoors North America), however can even be accessible on Steam.
The charming platformer sees you taking part in as Nymn, a fox misplaced at midnight and mysterious Tanglewood, who should discover his manner out of the wooden and again to his pack. Nevertheless, whereas Tanglewood is filled with creatures who want to assist Nymn, there are additionally harmful beasts searching him down.
Take a look at the trailer under:
Tanglewood was created utilizing unique 1990s Sega growth instruments after being funded by a Kickstarter marketing campaign in 2016. Nevertheless, in contrast to some older Sega Genesis titles, Tanglewood is playable on PAL, NTSC and NTSC-J consoles.
The Sega Genesis was launched in 1988 and was Sega’s most profitable console, promoting over 40 million models worldwide. The much-loved console is answerable for introducing the enduring online game character Sonic the Hedgehog.
“My purpose for Tanglewood was to create it in the identical manner as my favourite video games from my childhood,” says head of Massive Evil Company Matt Phillips. “This concept has been brewing since I used to be 9 years outdated – the child in me has lengthy needed to see my very personal Genesis field on a retailer shelf.”
Tanglewood is offered as a bodily Sega Genesis cartridge for £54.00 or on Steam for £14.95 / $17.99 / $AU20.95. Sadly there’s no official US or Australian value for the bodily cartridge.