Indie developer Leonard Menchiari has released a trailer for a remastered edition of The Eternal Castle. The game was supposedly released in 1987, but details are scarce.
The game sends players on a powerful journey packed with dangers and challenges through fast-paced melee action, calibrated ranged attacks, and cautious stealth approaches.
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The remastered edition of the game features an original CGA art style, meaning that the entire game is rendered with just four colors at a time.
According to a recent announcement, the game is an "attempt to modernize an old classic in order to keep its memory alive". The team behind the game has spent a significant amount of time to expand the experience while keeping the same feel and emotional flow of the original masterpiece.
The game is said to feature 20 different levels across 5 unique worlds, each featuring bosses to defeat. The game also features 10 different weapons and 10 different abilities to unlock.
The Eternal Castle: Remastered releases on January 5, 2019, for PC and Mac.
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