The La Mulana 1&2 Hiddern Treasures Edition is out now on the Nintendo Switch. But, is it any good? Tune into this La Mulana 1&2 Nintendo Switch review to find out!
La-Mulana is a platform-adventure video game, designed to imitate the look and feel of MSX games. Released on May 27, 2005 in Japan for Microsoft Windows, the game was only available in Japanese, but an English translation patch has been produced by Ian Kelley of AGTP. The game was later remade from the ground up in a 16-bit style for the Wii, and later PC, Mac, Linux and PlayStation Vita.
Experience a double dose of exploration, puzzle-solving, and deadly action with LA-MULANA 1 & 2! In their first-ever debut on modern consoles, these two intense platforming classics task you with exploring ancient ruins filled with nefarious traps, brain-tingling puzzles, and deadly monsters.
Take control of archaeologist Lemeza Kosugi and navigate through puzzles, traps, and deadly Guardians in order to claim the Secret Treasure of Life. You’ll need sharp wits, quick reflexes, and most importantly, all the courage you can muster. Will you succeed in unraveling the secrets of La-Mulana, or will you fall victim to the dangers that surround you?
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