- Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® XP / Vista / 7 / 8
- Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8GHz or equivalent processor
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: 3D graphics card
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Hard Drive: 250 MB available space
Replay - VHS is not Dead
About the game
It is an ordinary Saturday evening for Harvey Hachess as he leaves his favorite video club for a movie night. On his way back, he gets caught in the middle of a rain and a threatening storm. Suddenly, he’s hit by a lightning strike! Knocked out for few minutes, he goes on as if nothing had happened.
Once home, Harvey gets comfortable and plays a video tape, a bag of popcorn in one hand and the remote control in the other one. But something seems wrong as he realize that some scenes are missing from the movie! He puts in another tape, same result… He, then, checks all his cassettes one by one but stays out of luck.
As the last tape was ejected, the VCR made a strange sound and the screen lightened up. Harvey founds himself sucked into the TV. He finds there a great opportunity to re-record all the tapes without risking the loss of his Video Club membership.
Each movie contains several scenes to re-record. In order to complete them, each character will have to finish their respective level. With his remote, Harvey controls the timing. He has to play and replay all the actions from the cast in order to obtain a perfect staging.
- Record your characters’ movements
- Use the remote control powers to bend time
- Change characters and play again to combine their actions
- Pixel art style and evolving gameplay
- About 70 levels in 4 different movie-based universes
- Records to break and a secondary objective for each level