Gods Remastered download PC
Gods Remastered download is a remastered edition of the 1991 action platform game developed by The Bitmap Brothers. The production was created by an independent team of Robot Riot, and was supervised by Mike Montgomery, one of the authors of the original game.
Gods Remastered download takes players on a journey to Ancient Greece. When the divine citadel was captured by four Guardians, there was nothing left for the Olymp gods but to ask the earthly heroes to help with its recapturing, offering one wish in return. The warrior that players control asks Zeus and other gods to receive the gift of immortality and take a place among them (provided, of course, that his expedition is successful).
In Gods Remastered download the action is shown from the side perspective. The game consists of four extensive levels (i.e. city, temple, labyrinth, and underground). Each of them has been divided into three smaller stages. As players travel through them, they must not only jump between platforms and avoid numerous pitfalls but also solve puzzles (requiring, for example, the acquisition of a specific item or the use of a lever) and face numerous adversaries led by the bosses who guard the next levels.
During battles players will use a diversified weaponry including both melee and ranged weapons. In addition, during the adventure players acquire various valuables that can be spent in the store that appears after each stage is completed – in this way, players resupply their hero with useful items and new weapons.
In addition to the standard game variant, Gods Remastered download delivers the Speedrun mode, in which players are tasked with completing the game in the shortest time possible.
While working on Gods Remastered download, the developers focused on the audio-visual layer which resulted in high quality textures, realistic lighting and 3D elements, as well as a tailor-made soundtrack. In addition, the game runs at sixty frames per second. However, nothing stands in the way of playing in the original 16-bit setting. A separate mention should be made of the fact that in comparison to its original, the game described herein introduces the presence of checkpoints.