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Australian Developed 8-Bit Adventures: The Forgotten Journey Reveals...
Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
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Australian developer Critical Games has revealed a demo for 8-Bit Adventures: The Forgotten Journey, a classic homage to 8-Bit Role-Playing Games (RPGs) of the '80s and '90s. 8-Bit Adventures follows the story of an old game cartridge on the brink of destruction and the demo offers players the chance to try out this unique indie game.
Unplayed for years, it now sits lost and forgotten, covered in dust and slowly being reclaimed by the elements. Struggling against the inevitable, this cartridge sets in motion a plan - a plan, it hopes, that will subvert its fate and save the world within its circuits from total annihilation...

Inside the game, three people - a warrior, a thief, and a mage - wake up to find that all the colour has been drained from their world, petrifying all of the townspeople! To restore their home, they must collect the three coloured Orbs by exploring dark dungeons and battling dangerous monsters. But this is only the beginning of their journey...
You can find the demo locally on AusGamers over here, and you can also check out the trailer below for a glimpse at the story. You can also purchase the game on the official website here.

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