For anyone who grew up in the '90s, there were only two consoles - the Super Nintendo or the Sega Mega-Drive.

The Mega-Drive - known as the Sega Genesis in the US - was first released in October of 1988 in Japan, eventually reaching Europe in September of 1990 and became an instant success and embedded itself in pop culture.

The console was eventually discontinued ten years later, but still holds a large place in player's hearts - enough for one developer to create a new game for the console made entirely of the original tools and dev-kits.

Tanglewood, developed by Matt Phillips for his studio Big Evil Corporation, is set to begin shipping in June 2018 and comes with a real 16-bit cartridge and is playable on genuine Sega Mega-Drive and Genesis consoles. In a recent interview with the BBC, Phillips explained that he even tried to get Sega to license it as an official game, however the games console no longer has the processes to do so.

The game itself looks and feels like a vintage game, and even has a storyline to boot. Per the official synopsis, the game takes place in the realm of Tanglewood and "follows a young creature, Nymn, separated from the pack after the sun sets. Unable to get back to the safety of the family's underground home, Nymn must find a way to survive the night terrors and get to morning."

The game is available for pre-order now and you can check out a demo of the game below.