VGChartz's Evan Norris: "If you thought Ultracore had a long-awaited homecoming, meet 1993 Shenandoah. Where the former lingered in obscurity for 26 years, the latter existed as vaporware for 27. Originally developed for the Amiga by four Swedish teenagers working out of a bedroom in 1992, 1993 Shenandoah was put on indefinite hiatus due to "teenage drama". Krister Karlsson, one of those enterprising teens, revived the game in 2015 and moved it to a modern game engine, careful to retain the original graphics, sound, and effects from the 1993 Amiga production. The result is a living fossil, a 2020 side-scrolling shoot-em-up that would look right at home on Amiga and plays solidly on Switch thanks to a large suite of customization options, impressive world-building, and support for four-player local multiplayer."