8-Bit Adventure 'Spelunker' Returns On iOS Devices For Its 30th Anniversary

Everyday-Spelunker-Released-On-iOSIn 1983 Tim Martin created an iconic video game for Atari's range of 8-bit computers known as Spelunker. Not too long after, the cave-crawling platformer soon found its way on to countless other computers and consoles, shortly before becoming a memorable adventure for all the right reasons. As of today, your memories with Spelunker can be awoken as an updated port of the classic known as Everyday Spelunker has arrived on mobile devices.

Released by Tozai Games on the Apple App Store, Everyday Spelunker is the 30th anniversary celebration of Martin's efforts. This updated port stays incredibly faithful to the original, while offering a few tweaks and additions here and there - such as brand new caves and added rope-grip.

Everyday Spelunker is now available for iOS devices for just £2.49 and an Android port is due to follow in the near future.

Link: Everyday Spelunker on the Apple App Store

Link: Everyday Spelunker official website

Source: Mo5

Last Updated ( 29 October 2013 )  


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