Piko Interactive Aquires First-Person Shooter Titles for Super Nintendo and Gameboy Advance

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Retro Video Game Publisher Piko Interactive announced today the acquisition of two new shoot’em-ups titles for the Super Nintendo and Gameboy Advance.

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World Reborn for GBA and Apocalypse II for SNES, were two different video games never commercially released for their respective platforms. Piko Interactive plans to produce cartridges complete with cardboard box and manual to replicate the packaging video games were distributed during the 90s. In addition to the production of World Reborn for GBA, Piko Interactive spokesperson confirmed that there is a major possibility for World Reborn to be ported to the Super Nintendo.

In addition of these two titles, Piko Interactive has acquired several other unreleased and unfinished games for SNES and GBA that are currently being worked on, or on beta testing state. A full list of unreleased games that will be published by Piko is expected to be released on the second quarter of 2014.

Current games available for purchase and wholesale from Piko Interactive include but are not limited to: Religious First Person Shooter, Super Noah’s Ark 3D; Educational Platformer, Mr. Bloppy Saves the World; and Kickstarter Funded, Super 4 in 1 Multicart. Their video games are sold complete with cardboard box and color instruction booklet to resemble the 1990’s Nintendo video games packaging.

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About Piko Interactive LLC
Piko Interactive LLC is a video game developer and publisher that concentrate only in retro platforms. Their consoles of interest are NES, SNES, Sega Genesis, and GBA.

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