Retro styled pixel art collectathon Lost Caves is launching on the 29th of January via Steam – and looks like it’s going to be an excellent adventure.

With four expansive levels to explore and more than 80 unique treasures to find, it certainly looks like players will have their hands full while making their way through the game. It’s an attempt to take the collectable filled 3D platforming style of games such as Super Mario 64 and Banjo-Kazooie into the 2D realm – and it is coming along nicely, judging by the game’s screenshots and trailer, the latter of which shows off some wonderful animation, as well as some very deadly looking traps, scary enemies and nicely designed environments that make up the game’s eponymous caves.

impressively, everything except the music in Lost Caves is the work of a single developer, Adam D. Smith. I’ll be taking a much more in-depth look at Lost Caves when it releases at the end of January; check back here for a review in a few weeks time. In the meantime, you can add the game to your Steam wishlist at its store page here.

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