Glover Heads to Another Console With Evercade Port
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Glover Heads to Another Console With Evercade Port

Glover is coming back once again, and this time a new port of it will appear on the Evercade console and handheld. It will show up in the Piko Interactive Collection 4 on April 30, 2024 for $19.99/£17.99€19.99.

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Glover started out as an N64 and PC game back in the day, before eventually heading to the PlayStation as well. It stars a wizard’s glove named Glover trying to retrieve lost crystals that were transformed into balls in a platformer adventure. In 2021, Piko Interactive shared an early rom of the N64 version. This was followed by its PC return in 2022. It is also eventually heading to the PS4, PS5, Switch, and Xbox Series X

First, here’s the trailer showing how the new port of Glover looks when running on an Evercade alongside the other Piko Interactive Collection 4 games.

Here are all the games that will appear on that cartridge:

  • Bad Street Brawler
  • The Fidgetts
  • Glover
  • Mermaids of Atlantis
  • Risky Woods
  • Skuljagger: Revolt of the Westicans
  • Star X
  • Street Racer
  • Target: Renegade
  • Zero Tolerance Underground

There’s also a general announcement video bringing up how Glover marks the first time the console and handheld will offer 64-bit games. It also offers a peek at how it looks on the system.

The Piko Interactive Collection 4 cartridge will come to the Evercade on April 30, 2024. People can start pre-ordering it on February 29, 2024. 

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