(CriticalIndieGamer)The early ’90s gave us many of gaming’s finest moments. Platforms like the Amiga and Apple II were home to timeless classics like Flashback, Cannon Fodder, Sensible Soccer and X-Com: UFO Defense. Many of these games play as well today as they did back on release. There’s just something that makes them impervious to the ravages of time. For better or for worse a few of the aforementioned games were given reboots for this generation, but it remains to be seen if they will stand the test of time as well as the originals. Encouragingly, when Eric Chahi decided to bring his iconic action game, Another World, to a new generation, he stayed true to his original design. Slightly updated visuals and sound are all that separates it from the original 1991 release.