Retro fans can look forward to. After 24 years, an originally published for the Nintendo 64 platformer now also appears on Steam. While the classic’s game world reminds of Super Mario 64, the protagonist is clearly crazy.
- N64 classic finds his way on modern PCs
- Glover: Steam version should have been completely revised
- Tests your pixel knowledge!
N64 classic finds his way on modern PCs
In the N64 platformer Glover you control a glove that has to cross a colorful world. 24 years after the original release on the Nintendo 64 appears on April 20, 2022 a new and revised version on Steam.
At first globe, most of the players probably goes immediately by the head: Why is the protagonist a glove? This is of course because a wizard has triggered an explosion that transforms it into stone and seven crystals has scattered in the world. As one of his gloves, it is now for you to bring the crystals back. Conveniently, they are called rubber balls that can maneuver them with your body (a hand) by the platformer. On the way you have to take eight before the evil glove.
Glover: Steam version should have been completely revised
Glover offers 30 levels in six different worlds with many bizarre creatures. With power-ups you can change the shape and properties of the rubber balls ** and thus, for example, clear obstacles out of the way. According to the product description on Steam, the new version of Glover was completely redesigned using the original code of the N64 version and adapted to modern PCs. (Source: Steam)
Nintendo has released its own N64 classic Super Mario 64 together with Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy on the Switch. Look at the game here on Amazon: