Prototype Mansion – Used No Cover is a retro 32-bit clone of the first Resident Evil game

Jupiter Lighthouse Games has released a retro 32-bit game, called Prototype Mansion – Used No Cover, that is heavily inspired by the first Resident Evil game. In fact, this can be easily described as a Resident Evil clone as its mechanics – and aesthetics – are almost exactly the same with Capcom’s first 32-bit title.

In Prototype Mansion – Used No Cover, players will have to survive the night in this throwback to oldschool classic survival-horror game by exploring an old mansion, eating potted plants, solving puzzles, meeting mysterious strangers and shooting them in the face.

Hell, the game even has the infamous tank controls, so this is as closest to Resident Evil as it can get (obviously from a different studio and with a lower budget).

Prototype Mansion – Used No Cover is said to be the first chapter in an original anthology of oldschool, 32-bit horror stories, so we can’t wait to see what other game this team will recreate. Silent Hill perhaps?


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