When Knights of Bytes released Sam’s Journey for the Commodore 64 back in 2017 it was a huge hit! Indie Retro News awarded Sam’s Journey game of the year 2017 as this game really surpassed all our expectations, delivering us a huge epic adventure that really pushed the limitations of the C64. Well it’s the NES’s turn to be a part of this incredible gaming experience, as we have been informed by Knights of Bytes, that this amazing game originally for the C64, is now available for the NES!

Here’s what the website says about this stunning game “Sam’s Journey is a brand-new original scrolling platform game developed for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It’s about a cute little hero called Sam who finds himself on an unexpected journey in a strange world. Wasp SpriteGuide Sam through many different locations such as deep forests, hot deserts or frozen mountains! Find hidden gems and discover secret passages, but beware of the creatures! Sam can run, jump, climb and swim. He can pick up items, carry them around and throw them at enemies. And with the power of special costumes, Sam completely changes his appearance and gains additional skills!”

Main Features :

  • · Classic 8-Bit Platform Action ·
  • · Colorful Graphics ·
  • · Fast Free-Directional Scrolling ·
  • . Sam SpriteToad Sprite· Many Basic Moves Plus Climbing And Swimming ·
  • · 6 Special Costumes With Additional Skills ·
  • · 3 Overworld Maps ·
  • · 27 Huge Levels With Multiple Sections ·
  • · 2000 Screens To Be Explored ·
  • · 14 Different Graphical Themes ·
  • · 19 Beautiful Tunes ·
  • · Sound Effects ·
  • · Hidden Items To Be Found ·
  • · Secret Passages To Be Discovered ·
  • · Checkpoint System ·
  • · Savegames On The Cartridge

Links :1) Source  2) Boxed Editions

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