The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) console was an iconic part of many people’s childhoods, with a variety of games that pushed gaming boundaries and allowed people to experience stories they had never experienced before. One of those groundbreaking games was Uncharted Waters: New Horizons, a game that was released in Japan in 1992 and eventually seen worldwide later on. It’s one of the most beloved SNES titles and is still remembered fondly to this day.
Uncharted Waters: New Horizons is an adventure game for the SNES developed by Koei and published by Tokuma Shoten. The main character, Leonard J. Stuart, starts off as a sailor who sets sail from Portugal in his ship with his goal being to explore the world. While doing so, players must engage in various activities like trading goods, taking part in naval battles and completing quests.
The game was released worldwide between 1992 and 1994 depending on the region. It received positive reviews from critics upon release due to its expansive range of activities and ability to allow players to live out their dreams of being a real-life explorer. By 1996 it had sold over 1 million copies across the world.
Uncharted Waters: New Horizons has been praised for its unique gameplay style which allows players to choose from different jobs such as merchant trading, privateering or treasure hunting in order to progress throughout the game. Players have complete freedom when it comes to which job they pick, allowing them to customize their own experience according to what type of activity interests them the most.
In addition, players can also make friends by talking positively with other characters they come across during their journey or by giving gifts during conversations; these friendships are essential when it comes to progressing throughout certain parts of