Anyone for a new Rugrats game?! That's exactly what we're getting in the form of Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland this March (exact date TBD), which takes the form of a NES-inspired platformer with multiple art styles to choose from.

In the game, you'll embark on an "adorable" adventure for up to two players spread across six standalone levels. The 8-bit art style is reminiscent of the NES and Game Boy eras, whereas the hand-drawn HD style looks more modern.

If you're excited for Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland, a free demo is available on PC as part of the Steam Next Fest, and then it'll be heading to a bunch of platforms including Xbox at some point in March. We're looking forward to this!

"Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland brings a baby-fresh take on retro gameplay. By mixing elements from the NES era with modern design sensibilities, today’s parents can introduce kids to a nostalgic franchise through an adorable co-op adventure for up to two players where babies must stick together to win. Toggle between 8-bit art for an authentic retro gameplay experience and HD art featuring hand-drawn animations for a trip straight back to the iconic Nickelodeon TV show."

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