New screenshots have emerged of the remastered version of Day of the Tentacle courtesy of Polygon and Double Fine. The game was originally released by Lucasarts in 1993 and was designed by Tim Schafer (who is also the founder of Double Fine) and Dave Grossman.
The game is said to have more than updated graphics and will come with upgraded music and sound effects along with some extra features.
The screenshots show that the game is staying true to form and is remaining in 2D. The colours and style also stays faithful to the game, however it seems to have lost some charm in the removal of pixels. To me, the original still looks fantastic. It’s still a positive that we see these games being remade and the remaster may bring the game to a whole new audience. The remaster will also take the pain away for some in that there’ll be no messing around with DOSBox .
You can check out Bernard, Laverne and Hoagie in all their glory below, and if you want a look at the original you can click on through to our retro post where it was previously covered.
What do you think of the new screens? And improvement? Give us your opinion in the comments!