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Replay: VHS is not dead






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Replay: VHS is not dead





Replay: VHS is not dead is a puzzle/ platform game, set in a movie-based universe. Harvey Hachess is stuck in his TV! Help him complete the movies to get out. With the remote control, you bend time and have to play and replay every character's actions to create the perfect scene.

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”Replay: VHS is Not Dead is creative, fun and innovative. It has great stages and themes, and the gameplay mechanics play on these very well... Definitely one title to watch out for during 2015 for anyone who has interest in indie games." - CUBED3

Replay: VHS is not dead is a puzzle/ platform game, set in a movie-based universe.

The game was created by a student team from the Institute of Internet and Multimedia, and is taking shape with Neko Entertainment’s support.

Key Features:

  • Record your characters’ movements

  • Use the remote control powers to bend time

  • Change character and play again to combine their actions

  • Pixel art style and evolving gameplay

  • About 70 levels in 4 different movie-based universes

  • Records to break and a secondary objective for each level

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Spawn Digital / Neko Entertainment
Neko Entertainment
Action, Adventure, Indie
Spawn Digital / Neko Entertainment
Thursday, July 9, 2015
English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP / Vista / 7 / 8
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8GHz or equivalent processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 3D graphics card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 250 MB available space
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Reviews for Replay: VHS is not dead

Indie Gex

Replay: VHS is not Dead reminds me] a lot of the original Gex game. You run and platform around 2D world's inspired by classic movies. There definitely are differences however. This game is graphically somewhere between the NES and the SNES and plays accordingly. You can also record your character and use your remote for Sands of Time-esque time manipulation. The mechanics work well and the controls are tight. It's not a classic but it's a very fun nostalgia trip with some new features of its own.

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