All New Metroid Clone ‘Life On Mars’ Out Now For MSX 2 Computers

Life-On-Mars-Out-Now-For-MSXIf you’re looking for an all new adventure this Christmas, the obscure range of MSX computers might have the answer for you. Life On Mars is the latest addition to the homebrew lineup on the MSX which draws plenty of inspiration from Nintendo’s timeless Metroid series - a release which is now available on physical cartridge.

Hailing from the depths of Spain, this promising new arrival on the MSX - although anything but shy with its inspirational choices - is looking fantastic. The action-platformer features some vibrant visuals by MSX standards, what appears to be an expansive and deep environment, along with an impressive soundtrack that utilises the FM-PAC music module add-on.

Costing just €39 per cartridge, those interested in securing a copy of Life On Mars should head on over to the MSX Resource Center. Homebrew developer Kai Magazine is currently taking orders via email.

Life On Mars (MSX Homebrew) Gameplay

Link: Life On Mars (MSX Homebrew) at MSX Resource Center

Source: Vintage is the New Old



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