If you grew up in the 90s, you can probably name the entire Rugrats crew of Tommy, Chuckie, Angelica, and the twins. MIX Games and developer WALLRIDE, in collaboration with Paramount. are releasing a retro-inspired platformer based on the Rugrats 90s cartoon next month.

Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland will launch on PC, PlayStation, Switch, and Xbox this March (a specific release date has not yet been announced).

The trailer is pretty darn impressive, evoking some of the best side-scrolling platformers of the 90s, such as Mega Man, Ducktales, and Chip ‘N Dale Rescue Rangers.

Players can swap between the babies, each who have their own special abilities to traverse a variety of levels, including the kitchen, the sandbox, and the attic, all expanded with our crews’ imaginations.

The game world squeezes every last drop of references and characters from the show, including Cynthia the doll, Spike the dog, and collectable Reptar coins.

Best of all, players can toggle between a pixel-perfect 8-bit version, or a modern hand-drawn HD art style. And just like Chip ‘N Dale, Rugrats also supports two player co-op.

Rugrats debuted in 1991 and was a big hit for Nickelodeon, running through 2006 with over 170 episodes, and spawning numerous video game adaptations over the years. It was finally dethroned by SpongeBob SquarePants as the longest running “NickToon” a few years ago.

Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland will release this March on PC and consoles.

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