Aetherbyte Studios Release Homebrew 'Pyramid Plunder' On The PC Engine Super CD-Rom2

Aetherbyte-Studios-Release-Homebrew-Pyramid-Plunder-On-The-PC-EngineAfter being in development for quite some time, Aetherbyte Studios have finally released their latest PC Engine homebrew title. Pyramid Plunder is an overhead maze adventure tasking you with the inevitable tomb looting goodness we've all grown to love, available to order now.

This brand new release from Aetherbyte Studios is for the PC Engine Super CD-Rom2 ready systems. The game features plenty of action in the style of Pac-Man meets Lode Runner, with intricate caves and chasms containing treasure.

Pyramid Plunder can now be ordered directly from Aetherbyte Studios for $46 including worldwide shipping. Like the rest of Aetherbyte's releases, we're expecting the game to come packaged in a jewel case complete with thermal printed disc art, full colour front insert, and spine tray.

Pyramid Plunder (PC Engine) Homebrew Gameplay Trailer

Link: Pyramid Plunder at Aetherbyte Studios

Source: Allgamers

Last Updated ( 04 March 2013 )  


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