Tanglewood brings puzzle and platforming action to Mega Drive and Steam
You can even buy the game with packaging modeled after classic Genesis releases, if you're so inclined.
Big Evil Corporation, the indie developer with a name you can trust, today released a new puzzle/platformer title for Mega Drive/Genesis and Steam. Called Tanglewood, the game is digitally and as a physical product in online stores, ensuring you can pick it up for as little as £13.95 / $17.99 USD / 14.95, or for as much as £54.00 if you find yourself completely in love with the idea of owning another cartridge.
According to the press release issued to mark the occasion, Tanglewood is "a genuine 16-bit experience, produced using original 1990s SEGA development tools and programmed in pure 68000 assembly language." The man in charge of the development, Matt Phillips, should know; he has worked for a variety of publishers through the years, including Traveller's Tales and Crytek.
"My aim for Tanglewood was to create it in the same way as my favourite games from my childhood," said Phillips. "This idea has been brewing since I was nine years old -- the kid in me has long wanted to see my very own Mega Drive box on a store shelf."
Staff article by Jason Venter (August 14, 2018)
Jason Venter has been playing games for 30 years, since discovering the Apple IIe version of Mario Bros. in his elementary school days. Now he writes about them, here at HonestGamers and also at other sites that agree to pay him for his words.
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