Retro-style platformer Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland is getting not one but two fancy collector’s editions, courtesy of Limited Run Games.

Pre-orders are open now through April 21.

The VHS Collector’s Edition ($124.99) features a VHS box and classic orange tape (sadly, not a real VHS), alongside a gold Steelbook case, soundtrack disc, poseable 6″ Reptar vinyl figure, and Collector’s Edition Box. It includes a digital code for the full game on the platform of your choice.

The NES Collector’s Edition ($119.99) is next-level nostalgia. It includes an actual orange game cart that works with any NES (or compatible software). Nice! The NES Edition also includes the soundtrack, Reptar figure, and Collector’s Edition Box, plus a double-sided poster.

The NES Edition will also include a code for the PC version of the full game on Steam.

Limited Run is also producing standard physical editions ($34.99), and a regular NES edition ($59.99).

Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland stars Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, and Lil from the classic Nickelodeon cartoon on an original, side-scrolling adventure. Each of the babies features unique abilities to overcome challenges.

Up to two players can play local co-op together, and swap between HD graphics, or a pixelated 8-bit mode for an authentically retro experience.

We still don’t have an official release date, but we do have a free demo! The demo is available to download on Steam PC.

Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland is launching later this year on PC, PlayStation, Switch, and Xbox platforms.

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