90s Platformer “Glover” to Receive an HD Port on Steam PC This April
On Monday, PIKO Interactive announced that an HD port of Glover is coming to Steam PC on 20 April.
Originally released for the Nintendo 64 and Sony PlayStation in the late 90s, Glover is a 3D platformer created by the Oliver Twins starring
Master Hand Lefty the Hamburger Helper mascot a living glove. This new HD version of Glover is built using the native N64 code, so it should be very familiar to all of you die-hard Glover superfans out there.
Here’s the brief breakdown of Glover from PIKO Interactive:
Created by the legendary Oliver Twins and developed by UK-based Interactive Studios, Glover is a 3D platformer game where the player takes the role of a magic glove that needs to recover lost crystals scattered though out different levels, so he can restore peace in the Crystal Kingdom. With the help of a bouncy magic ball that he has to help reach the end of each level, Glover has to solve puzzles based on physics throughout six different worlds.
Glover is currently scheduled for release on 20 April. You can add the game to your Steam wishlist here.
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