December 14, 2021

Look at What 30 Years Can Do - ClockWork Aquario Finally Gets a Release

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Look at What 30 Years Can Do - ClockWork Aquario Finally Gets a Release

By Nick | December 14, 2021

After almost three decades, a lost gem from the arcade era, the last arcade game from legendary developers Westone, finally sees the light of day for the first time and is heading straight to modern home consoles. Traveling from the year 1992, Clockwork Aquario now finally arrives on the screen and got the whole team involved more than excited for this release. Its Guinness World Record beater of nearly  30 years in development is a gaming treat that’s not to be missed.

To make this special release possible, ININ Games, Strictly Limited Gamesand former members of the original team from legendary developer studio Westone joined forces to do some serious video game archaeology by unearthing this video game treasure while preserving the original vision and roots of the game. So retro game fans can now look forward to authentic arcade gameplay that features: 

Game Features:

  • Colorful pixel graphics
  • Beautiful animations
  • Dynamic movement
  • Fun gameplay
  • 3 unique characters to choose from (Huck Londo, Elle Moon & Gush)
  • Single player and 2 player co-op
  • A superior soundtrack by Shinichi Sakamoto
  • Plus, an ingame gallery giving some visual insights in the game’s history 

The digital version of Clockwork Aquario is now available in the Nintendo eShops and PlayStation Stores in North America.

For more information about the game, visit https://www.iningames.com/games/clockwork-aquario/ 

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