Back in August of last year, we saw the reveal of Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland, a brand-new, retro-styled game featuring Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, and Lil and plenty of other iconic characters. Through the power of imagination, the babies transform Tommy’s house into a video game world full of action, excitement, and adventure!

Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland can be played with modern, hand-drawn HD visuals, but it also features a classic NES mode for those who love the days of sprites. That said, it actually doesn’t matter which visual option you use, as the gameplay in Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland is classic 8-bit action through and through.

In an interview with Shacknews, Tomas Guinan, co-founder and game developer of Mix Games, opened up on the many retro inspirations that helped pave the way for Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland. Not surprisingly, the devs are culling from the best in the NES library.

Guinan specifically said that Super Mario Bros. 2, Mega Man, Bonk’s Adventure, Little Samson, Castlevania, and Kirby were all looked at in order to build the experience in Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland. In the case of Castlevania and Kirby, it seems there will be stages in this game that aim to replicate the experience you might expect from those big-name franchises.

Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland will arrive on Switch and NES sometime in 2024. We’ll bring you the exact release date once one is shared.

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