The classic Hudson Soft puzzle game Binary Land, which was originally released on a handful of various formats in the mid 1980s (including the Famicom), has been remade for Windows. Developed by Sokurah, with graphics by Lobo and music by Spacefractal, the game tasks the player with reuniting two penguins, Gurin and Malon, at the end of each level. It won’t be that simple, though, because both penguins mirror each other’s movement, meaning the player is essentially controlling both penguins simultaneously. Also, there are spiders, birds and other creatures ready to make our penguins’ path more perilous. The game can be downloaded for free from the Tardis remakes website.
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