A co-op platformer called Alice Sisters has just launched a new Kickstarter campaign to fund a release on Game Boy Advance. This retro throwback game was previously released on SEGA Genesis and the Dreamcast, and now developer OrionSoft is looking to expand its reach.
The game was designed with 2-player co-op in mind, and you’ll be able to enjoy that mode using two Game Boy Advance systems connected via Link Cable. Best of all, you’ll only need one cartridge in order to share the game, so you can bring a friend along easily.
At the time of this post, the campaign has received around $5,500 of its $21,433 goal, with 25 days left to go. You can back the project for $16 to receive a GBA ROM of the game, $43 for just the physical cartridge, or $59 for the cartridge with a box and manual. There are also options for other console versions such as the PlayStation 1.
Click here to view the campaign for yourself, or read more details below.
The evil “Dark Boss” from the big mountain captured the mom of Alice and her sister, again. Help Alice and her sister save their mother through 28 levels spread over 4 unique worlds. Fight against several ennemies and defeat the 4 evil bosses of each worlds!
- 4 unique worlds
- 28 levels
- 4 bosses
- 4 game modes (from children easy to hardcore gamer mode, and a “think before you play” puzzle mode)
- Cute graphics
- An auto save system