DotEmu, developer and publisher specializing in modern releases of beloved retro games, and Lizardcube, are thrilled to reveal an exciting new feature in our Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap remake: the “Retro” feature.
Whether you’re a purist touting the idea that “it was better in the old days” or a futurist who digs 21st-century graphics and remastered soundtracks, this enhanced version of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap satisfies all persuasions. With the “Retro feature” you can switch in-game from HD to 8-bit anytime, anywhere. If you have fond memories of piano key neckties and talking Trans Ams, Retro lets you rewind the clock to a time when just pressing a single button felt so good.
Nostalgists can load their last save from 1989 by entering the password scribbled on their geometry homework, or join millennials in beginning an adventure that defined an entire gaming generation.
Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap will be available this spring on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
DotEmu is a French video game company specializing in modern releases of beloved retro games. Our mission is simple: give every gamer access to yesteryear’s classic video games on today’s platforms, including PC, mobile, console and more. DotEmu is proud to have worked with some of the gaming industry’s most prestigious companies, including Square Enix (Final Fantasy series), SNK (Metal Slug and Fatal Fury series) and Ubisoft (Heroes of Might and Magic III HD). Our passionate team has worked on dozens of high-profile projects, including Ys Chronicles I & II (mobile), R-Type I & II (mobile), Another World (mobile, PC), Double Dragon Trilogy (mobile, PC), Titan Quest (iOS), Pang Adventures (mobile, PC, console), and more. Founded in 2007, DotEmu leverages its considerable technological know-how to maintain the original spirit of classic games while giving them a second life as rediscovered gems for a new generation of gamers.
Lizardcube is a an up-and-coming Parisian games studio founded by game industry veteran Omar Cornut (Media Molecule: Tearaway and Dreams; Q-Games: Pixeljunk Shooter series; Mekensleep: Soul Bubbles) and traditional comic/animation artist Ben Fiquet (Soul Bubbles, Powa, Les Chevaliers de la Chouette, Dreamworks, and Zodiac Kids).