July 31st 2007: Northamptonshire, UK: Oxygen Games today announces the early autumn release of its delightfully nostalgic retro platformer, Chronos Twins for Nintendo DS.
Playing with the concept of time travel, Chronos Twins, sees the player in the driving-seat, as Nec – the last best hope for his planet - not only battles to save his world but also to avenge the death of his brother.
To successfully complete levels, players must initially use both screens simultaneously as s/he plays across two temporal dimensions (past and present) in a bid to meet (and defeat) the nameless entity head-on when it first appears on Nec's homeworld. Manoeuvring through side-scrolling areas, the aim is to control both the present-time hero whilst exploring the planet's past in order to conquer the alien threats.
Chronos Twins has been designed with a gradual learning curve, which enables the player to ease into the game. Once the player has progressed through a number of stages, the game becomes increasingly challenging, when both screens merge into one.
Chronos Twins, only on Nintendo DS is scheduled for release this autumn.
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