Strictly Limited Games and ININ Games have shared the first teaser trailer for the restored version of Clockwork Aquario. The upcoming title will be released on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in Q2 of this year.
For those who don’t know, Clockwork Aquario was the last arcade game ever developed by Westone Bit Entertainment back in 1993. However, it was never finished. Considered lost in time by fans, Strictly Limited Games was able to successfully search for the title and finally allow fans to experience it.
Here’s the first teaser trailer!
As a fan of arcade games, I’m loving the featured pixel art and vibrant colors. I have my issues with the ticking timer, though. Let me enjoy a game at my own pace.
Anway, as shown in the teaser, three characters are available for you to play with. There’s Huck Londo, the daring hero, Elle Moon, the brave adventures, and Gush, a warmhearted giant robot.
The main gameplay involves defeating waves of enemies while collecting powerups and various items to be ready to face a variety of bosses across multiple stages.
Ryuichi Nishizawa, game creator and founder of Wonder Boy, led the development of this action-heavy game (a two-player couch co-op). Set in the near future, the premise deals with Huck, Elle, and Gush trying to defeat enemies from taking over the world.
As for the various edition, three limited editions for Switch and PS4 can exclusively be pre-ordered at Strictly Limited Games.
- The Limited Edition for PS4 is available for €29.99. (Switch is already sold out.)
- The Collector’s Edition is priced at €69.99 and includes amongst others an Acrylic Diorama, 2x soundtrack (original & remix), an Arcade Coin (100-yen-style), and character cards.
- The Ultra Collector’s Edition is available for €129.99 and includes everything from the CE and even more cool items like a beautiful 18cm figurine of Elle, Huck, and Gush and a Shikishi.
Are you looking forward to playing Clockwork Aquario?
Let us know.
(via press release)
Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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