"Though the game looks and feels old fashioned, there is enough here to keep you from drowning in nostalgia."
The new Randomiser Mode gives the game more of a roguelike feel.
Producer Dan Adelman launched a lawsuit last week, and both Badland and CEO Luis Quintans have spoken out about the situation.
It turns out that developer Tom Happ had deleted all Steam files but accidentally deleted one for a steam sound effect in-game.
BadLand Games will be handling the distribution.
And there's not too long to wait.
Due out on April 19 for lusting Vita owners.
The wait will soon be over, even for Vita players.
Fans of late '80s and early '90s labyrinthine side-scrollers, please pull up a chair.
Retro wonder can be downloaded on Steam or via Humble Store.