Hamster has revealed the latest addition to its ever-growing Arcade Archives library on Switch, with Kid's Horehore Daisakusen being made available from today.
Kid's Horehore Daisakusen is an action game that was originally released by Nichibutsu in 1987. Kid, who has been drawn into a space-time labyrinth from the 23rd century, fights to escape from an array of hostile enemies in order to return to the present day. Players defeat enemies by digging holes in the ground with their tools, causing their foes to get trapped.
The game was initially only released in arcades, although a Famicom conversion was also released in the same year under the new name of Booby Kids (so named because of the 'booby traps' put down by the players). While some elements of the game were changed for the home release, the core principle remained very much intact, and a second release, called Booby Boys, eventually made its way to the Game Boy, too.
If you're interested, you can pick up this title from the eShop today for $7.99. Will you be giving this one a go?