A game rises with the record as soon as the beginning and the end of its development
Sometimes, video games leave us really unlikely stories, and today we come to talk about one of them. It has to see directly with Clockwork Aquatic, a title that has been published this December after confirming the return of it last year, after a tremendously long journey.
The game is a hidden treasure of the Arcades de Sega, starting its development in 1991 and being finally canceled for, 30 years later, be launched by Inn Games and Strictly Limited Games. This has earned the record to the video game with the longest between the beginning and the end of its development.
In fact, Han officially entered the Guinness World Records, taking over Duke Nuke Forever, which kept him until the end of this year. Clockwork Aquatic is the last game that was developed by Weston, who suffered that reverse at the time due to the arrival of 3D and that another kind of genres began to dominate.
Now it comes back thanks to two stamps that are dedicated to preserving the retro games, with a development that has included members of the original study team, such as Rich Nishizawa, Weston eco-founder and creator of the legendary Wonder Boy, who returned in Remake shape four years ago.
Clockwork Aquatic is available at PS4 and Nintendo Switch, for all 2D classics lovers with a good emotional component behind. Not every day A game can boast of having a Guinness record.