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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap remaster coming to iOS and Android this month

Launching on 30th May.

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap
Credit: Dotemu / Playdigious

Dotemu and Playdigious have announced that Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, the critically acclaimed re-imagining of Westone and SEGA’s cult classic adventure, is coming to iOS, Android and Nvidia Shield on 30th May. The game will be priced at £7.49 but those who pre-register via the Google Play Store will be notified via email to receive a 30% percent discount when the game is available.

The mobile adaptation offers the full premium experience of one of this generation’s most warmly received remakes by fans and critics alike. Redesigned for PC and console in 2017 by Lizardcube, the game has been optimised by development studio Playdigious for mobile, including the iPhone X to best present its gorgeous, fluid depiction of Monster Land’s charming environments and menacing baddies.

Watch the Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap mobile announcement trailer below:

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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap features the same beautiful hand-drawn animation from its PC and console counterparts, bringing every moment within its vibrant world to life.

The mobile version of the game has been adjusted for touchscreens and will allow players to enjoy the action platformer on the go. Each of the remake’s additions will be present, allowing fans to switch between classic and remastered visuals and audio on the fly, enter retro passwords discovered from the original 1989 release, and experience the playable debut of Wonder Girl.

Check out the official Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap website for more information on the game.

View some screenshots from Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap in our gallery:

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