It’s been a long road for indie game La-Mulana. Work on a remake for the original 2005 game started in 2007, and it was finally released on the Nintendo Wii in 2011. A crowd-funded sequel, La-Mulana 2, was released two years ago, and now both games come bundled together.

La-Mulana’s plot is similar to “Indiana Jones.” It tells the story of a whip-carrying archaeology professor exploring the ruins of an ancient civilization; the sequel stars the professor’s daughter. The game itself is old-school, with retro graphics and very challenging gameplay.

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