Nintendo 64-era hit classic Glovera platformer with a four-fingered glove, is about to be re-released on PC developer Piko Interactive announced Monday.
Glover Originally created by Interactive Studios and published by Hasbro. game was originally released in 1998 on the Nintendo 64, and it came to the PlayStation a year later. ONE Glover next part published in 1999, but was later cancelled. Piko Interactive bought IP in 2017. Producer said in a tweet that the game was “completely remade from the original source code (the N64 version of the game) and improved for modern PCs.”
So what is this game about? Glover, the original character, is literally a glove. Basically, he slams a ball around a variety of platform levels, often with lots of obstacles. Why is he doing this? Because he is trying to protect the Crystal Kingdom by saving a bunch of rubber balls lost in these different worlds. He has a hat-making friend named Mr. Tip.
Glover will be released on April 20th – that is, April 20th – on Windows PC via Steam.