Montreal, Canada –May 18, 2022.
Retro publisher Incube8 Games and indie developer Mike Yamato, today announced that their retro open-world sci-fi adventure “2021: Moon Escape” for the Nintendo Game Boy will be getting released on physical cartridge soon.
The game will also be getting a digital release on Nintendo Switch (the same DMG version of the game, running on Switch hardware).
Set in a galaxy devastated by an unprecedented war, you will play the role of Tars Nunien, a paladin of the Marked Brotherhood, whose only mission is to return the enemy war plans to the capital planet Astra Nova in the hope of organizing the last desperate defense against the terrible Kisur Barbarians.
2021: Moon Escape is an open-world adventure based on exploration, combat, and character progression where the game world is a constant threat to your survival and the success of your desperate but noble mission.
Standard Edition Includes:
– Real time combat
– Main quest dungeons with optional shrines
– Character customization through skill tree and upgradeable equipment
– An intense and emotional story serving as a background to the exploration experience
– An alternative ending based on the player’s choices
About Incube8 Games
Founded in 2021 with already more than ten games signed in the first year, we aim to facilitate the publishing of retro video game cartridges. Strong with Retro Modding’s expertise and supply chain, we offer turnkey publishing solutions for physical releases. Using quality PCBs from Inside Gadget and locally manufactured boxes, we manufacture complete physical cartridge releases of games, in addition to a variety of add-ons for premium collector’s editions.
About Mike Yamato
Mike Yamato is a professional game developer that has worked on and directed both indie and AA games. He created and developed 2021: Moon Escape as a solo passion project during his free time, while collaborating on and managing larger video game productions during the day. He feels the hardware and software limitations on older consoles like the Game Boy are the best way to enhance creativity, and that this platform still has so much unexpressed potential to provide new experiences.
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