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The creative talent behind Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country reveal an all-new platforming adventure for consoles and PC!
The creative talent behind Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country reveal an all-new platforming adventure for consoles and PC!
The creative talent behind Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country reveal an all-new platforming adventure for consoles and PC!
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64-Bit Edition in the Wild!

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Straight off the factory conveyor belt, it's the first Yooka-Laylee 64-Bit Edition!

In case you're puzzled as to why we're making games for a near-20-year-old games console, the Kickstarter-exclusive cartridge package is actually a limited edition flash drive (we have enough frame rate problems as it is, thanks).

The retro-themed edition comes complete with classic box, signed manual (illustrated by the legendary Wil Overton), digital copy of the game, CD soundtrack, art book and of course the aforementioned physical game thing with built-in flash drive. 

If you managed to snap one of these up, then no doubt you'll be very happy indeed. You lucky thing.

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    1. Taylor Neil Waddell on March 19, 2016

      I had pledged for one until I realized it wasn't an actual game, I'm so happy I caught my mistake. $500 for a flashdrive and a box? No thanks

    2. Joe Oliveira on February 15, 2016

      NO THANKS on the $500. I almost died.

    3. Frank Li on December 11, 2015

      Any updates on that Toybox?

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      Darque on December 1, 2015

      This is amazing. I so want it I'll keep it treasured

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      Paul Egger on November 30, 2015

      @Wolfman
      "Can't afford to spend 535 US dollars for a N64 game."
      If you read the full caption, it is not a real N64 game. It is just a retro style "box" for a limited edition USB flash drive. The bottom of the "box" is most likely cut to fit into a real N64. That is why it sits so well in the N64. The graphics and game play will be too much for the poor old N64 plus it would cost too much to make the real cartridge as no one is manufacturing the boards for them any more.

    6. KomaruTheHylian64 on November 26, 2015

      These were like 500 hundred right? yea, no fair lol
      only 17 here!

    7. Wolfman
      Superbacker
      on November 26, 2015

      That is super cool! I still have an N64 and would love to add this game to my collection.

      It's just too bad that the N64 Cart retro edition is only available at the high end of the backer levels. Can't afford to spend 535 US dollars for a N64 game.

    8. Michael Miller on November 25, 2015

      @Matthew Brennan That was actually one of the stretch goals (which they met). Can't wait to see that!

    9. Welder Jonathan Cruz on November 25, 2015

      Is it possible to run this cartridge on my Nintendo 64?

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      Matthew Brennan on November 24, 2015

      What would be really cool and nostalgically awesome would be a 64-bit shader option to give the graphics a Nintendo 64 game visual vibe. Maybe accompanied by the soundtrack playing as a MIDI score. Just for fun, but this game is going to look and sound amazing anyway. :P

    11. Mikey on November 24, 2015

      Happy i got one of these! So pumped

      Would it be pal/ntsc or region free?

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      JON LINDSAY on November 24, 2015

      It's hard to imagine but at one point load screens were almost non existent even for open world games.

    13. Ricky Johnson on November 24, 2015

      T_T I wish I was getting one of those

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      Sean Machan on November 24, 2015

      I'm still not sure how this works..how does it plug in the computer? What happens when you do put it in a N64 and turn it on? How many licks does it take to get to the center?!?

    15. Caleb Child on November 24, 2015

      I just nerded my pants when I saw that picture.

    16. Zombie_Socks_96
      Superbacker
      on November 24, 2015

      Why oh why did I back out of my N64 pledge. :/crai

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      Adam J. on November 24, 2015

      Dat carpet!!!!!!

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      John Ellis on November 24, 2015

      I would by the N64version if it existed.

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      Frank Thames
      Superbacker
      on November 24, 2015

      Wait, so the game is finished? Did I miss an update?

    20. Maicon Hieronymus on November 24, 2015

      @Jorge Hernandez:
      It is a flash drive. So it won't work with the N64.

    21. Jorge Hernandez
      Superbacker
      on November 24, 2015

      Does it actually work on an N64?

    22. Chub (The Stub and Chub Show) on November 24, 2015

      Glad I pledged a big pay check for this. I will have mines in mint collector's edition.

    23. Carlo Di Donna on November 24, 2015

      @ Sebastian A. Feola Lonzarich

      Sorry to say, its too late to get one now, they were only available during the kick starter campaign

    24. Carlo Di Donna on November 24, 2015

      Luck, had nothing to do with it XD

      well ok.. maybe a little :P

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      John Steinmeyer on November 24, 2015

      It looks awesome guys, I can't wait!

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      oliver clark on November 24, 2015

      Im Sooooo Glad I Got One, it was a pricy pledge but it is all worth it in the end.

      (sits and waits by the door for the box to arrive) :3

    27. Rex705 on November 24, 2015

      I got one of these I am so happy :)

    28. Eblo on November 24, 2015

      Any updates on the Toybox experience?

    29. Luis Rodrigoandrés Morales on November 24, 2015

      The cartridge looks pretty clean and without scratches If this are made from real disposes N64 cartridges beats me but they look amazing!

      Wishing I was able to pledge higher!

    30. David V. Kimball on November 24, 2015

      WHAT I WANT THIS. I would actually play it on my N64.

    31. Felipe Chavez on November 24, 2015

      This is why I wish I still had my N64. �� ..I want one.

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      Ben on November 24, 2015

      That was one of the heaviest clicks I've ever made but I'm so glad I did!

    33. Alex Trautman on November 24, 2015

      So are these Superman 64 cartridges that you are clearing to make these drives?

    34. Sebastian A. Feola Lonzarich on November 24, 2015

      I WANT THIS!!! TAKE MY MONEY!!! Where's the option to buy one???????? PLEASE!!!!

    35. Alex Grave on November 24, 2015

      I wanted one soooo, but the cartridge pledge was waaaay over my budget limit T-T curse me for not having a job...

      Btw, it that the actual game in 64 bit running off an N64, or is it just for decoration?

    36. Kris Dalman on November 24, 2015

      Now if only it actually played the game on the N64 would it be truly awesome.

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      Leo C. on November 24, 2015

      "(we have enough frame rate problems as it is, thanks)."

      30 FPS LOCK? 15 FPS DROPS? CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE?

      CAN I START TO PANIC? NO KICKSTARTER EVER IS FINISHED WITHOUT SOME OVERBLOWN UNNECESSARY DRAMA!

      (i'm so hyped for this game)

    38. Phillip Pether on November 24, 2015

      That N64 looks like it's seen better days! The cartridge looks awesome though. =D

      I'm curious what's on the flash drive though. Any special secret things we can see in it?

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      Miles Targosz on November 24, 2015

      Oh my god, IT'S BEAUTIFUL! I wonder what this game would look like 64-bit?

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      Andrea on November 24, 2015

      Frame rate problems? Please don't let this be a game playable only on 500€ GPUs...

    41. Aerokii on November 24, 2015

      Looks great! Those who were able to afford this are pretty lucky- and I'm pretty jealous!

    42. Matt Prince on November 24, 2015

      I can't wait to receive mine!! :D

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      Thomas on November 24, 2015

      That's so cool. I wish I could have gotten that :(