Cloud Master remaster Monkey King: Master of the Clouds announced for PS4, Switch, and PC

Due out worldwide this summer.

Monkey King: Master of the Clouds

Taito arcade game Cloud Master, which was released in 1988, is coming to PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC via Steam worldwide this summer as Monkey King: Master of the Clouds. It will be published by Retroism, a division of Tommo.

Here is an overview of the game, via Retroism:

About

A huge Japanese coin-op hit developed by HOT-B in 1989, the game was later renamed Cloud Master when released outside Japan on the Sega Master System. It subsequently appeared on NES, SFC, and the PC Engine. This upgraded release of the original arcade version includes HD ready elements by developer Starfish-SD, the company formed by the original HOT-B development team.

For the first time, live online leaderboards will add a worldwide competitive quality to the game not possible before.

Key Features

  • Charming pixel Chinese Legends
  • 5 stages of pure action
  • 16:9 HD screen support
  • Two-player local co-op
  • Online leaderboards
  • Keyboard and controller support

Watch the announcement trailer below. View the first screenshots at the gallery.

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