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SEGA Genesis Classic Gynoug on the way to PS4, Xbox One and Switch

Ratalaika Games brings the SEGA Genesis classic Gynoug, known as Wings of wor in North America, next week on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The side-scrolling shooter will return to current generation consoles on November 12th.

The Seek and Raise Hell Game takes place on a post-apocalyptic planet where a virus has mutated all life forms into deadly creatures known as the Mutants of Iccus. An angel named Wor has the task of defeating the mutants and their leader, the destroyer. There will also be plenty of bosses and mini-bosses in the way, and players will have powerful weapons and a variety of spells to help them with their work. Gynoug‘s six levels lead through the deep caves of Iccus as players try to save their planet or die trying.

The power-up system gives players a chance to fight as the firepower and speed are increased. Colored balls and crystals can be found in the levels to give more firepower. Red and blue balls increase the firepower and attack speed, respectively, while the amber balls are the most valuable. Upgrades depend on the number of balls collected, and their variety increases as players collect more balls. Other power-ups can also be found dotted everywhere.

Gynougs new features include:

  • Highly configurable CRT shader
  • Special mode that enables accessibility features
  • Rewind mode and function to save / load the status
  • Dynamic music
  • Always changing levels of play
  • Long levels of mythical, underground, cavernous fiery pursuit
  • Gargan enemies
  • Epic boss confrontation on medium and power levels

Gynoug was originally published in Japan in 1991 on SEGA Genesis. The game reached western regions a few months later, despite being considered a. was known Wings of wor in North America. The title was then re-released on the Wii Virtual Console in Japan, but western gamers missed it. The port of Ratalaika will be the first opportunity for young players in Europe in North America to experience spherical hell, which this year celebrated its 20th anniversary.

[Source: Ratalaika Games]



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