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Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland releases in March for all platforms

Posted on February 5, 2024 by Tyler Nienburg

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The MIX Games, Wallride, and Limited Run Games announced Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland, a retro-inspired puzzle-platforming adventure based on the ’90s Nickelodeon franchise. This new Rugrats game brings a fresh take on retro gameplay by mixing elements from the NES era with modern design sensibilities. 

Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland will release in March for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. On top of this announcement, a demo will be available as part of Steam Next Fest this month. 

Join the world’s craftiest babies – Tommy, Chuckie, and the adorable twins Phil and Lil – in a brand-new NES-inspired adventure full of mischief, diapers, and imagination. Get ready for backyard jungle adventures, digging into sandbox deserts, and exploring spooky attic ruins by yourself or with a friend. A baby’s gotta do what a baby’s gotta do!

Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland brings a baby-fresh take on retro gameplay. By mixing elements from the NES era with modern design sensibilities, today’s parents can introduce kids to a nostalgic franchise through an adorable co-op adventure for up to two players where babies must stick together to win. Toggle between 8-bit art for an authentic retro gameplay experience and HD art featuring hand-drawn animations for a trip straight back to the iconic Nickelodeon TV show.

Explore six stand-alone levels across the Rugrats’ make-believe interpretations of the world, each filled with secrets, challenges, and bosses. Hop across ice blocks at the Ice Cream Factory (the fridge), venture into the Night Oasis (the sandbox), and brave the Haunted House (the attic). Swap babies to employ their distinct abilities: help Chuckie overcome his fears by jumping up high, or call up Phil to dig holes faster.


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