A new game for the Sega Mega Drive (also known as the Sega Genesis in North America) has been developed – what’s more, the technical feat was achieved using original development tools. And yes, that’s 20 years after the console was discontinued.
Tanglewood: The Sega Mega Drive Returns
The game, Tanglewood, will be released on cartridge following its successful Kickstarter campaign. It’s a 16-bit, nostalgic platforming experience running on genuine Sega hardware.
The UK based developer Matt Phillips spoke to the BBC in the (low-quality) video interview below:
Sega’s classic console lives on, it would seem. And there’s nothing wrong with that, is there?