The classic Nintendo 64 game is coming to Steam

The game gloverA classic worship Nintendo 64, will arrive on Steam on April 20. According to developer Piko Interactive, this version has been “completely redone from the original source code and improved for modern PCs”. Pricing has not yet been released.

The announcement was made on official Piko channels on Monday (8). The company has also released an official trailer for the remaster; look below:

glover is a 3D platform game where you control a glove “that walks on two fingers, hits harder than Steve Austin [ex-lutador de wrestling]dribbles faster than Scottie Pippen [ex-jogador de basquete] and plays with a bouncing rubber ball. The player must defeat enemies and solve puzzles to finally save the Crystal Kingdom.

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Check out some screenshots of the updated game:

The game was originally released in 1998 for the Nintendo 64, and reached the PlayStation one year later. A sequel was announced at the time, but was ultimately cancelled. The game was produced by Interactive Studios and distributed by Hasbro; in 2017, Piko Interactive bought the rights to the franchise.

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