From Dust developer Eric Chahi's Amiga classic Another World is now available to download on Android devices.

The fresh 20th Anniversary edition comes with a number of new features, but also options for those wishing to recreate the original's 1991 flavour.

You can switch from the game's classic graphical style to the 20th Anniversary edition's HD update by sliding two fingers across the screen at any time.

There are new touch screen controls, or, optionally, a classic D-pad scheme.

The 20th Anniversary edition also has three difficulty modes: Normal (for newbies, easier than the original), Hard (similar to the original, proving that games used to be more difficult) and Hardcore (harder than the original, should you really want a challenge).

Remastered audio and OpenFeint Achievements are also included.

Another World is downloadable now via Google Play for £3.31.

A new trailer lies below:

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