Cult clas­sic Zom­bies Ate My Neigh­bors and its sequel, Ghoul Patrol, are com­ing to mod­ern con­soles this sum­mer. A col­lab­o­ra­tion between LucasArts, DotE­mu, and Lim­it­ed Run Games brings back these ghast­ly titles. While this 16-bit game isn’t the most well-known, it’s still con­sid­ered an under-appre­ci­at­ed title.

Zom­bies Ate My Neigh­bors is a top-down shoot­er some­times com­pared to the bonus lev­els from SNES game Con­tra 3. Both Zom­bies and the sequel were devel­oped by Kon­a­mi. The orig­i­nal game has more than 50 levels.

Accord­ing to the press release, the two games will be avail­able on Nin­ten­do Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC on June 29th. The will both include a mod­ern save sys­tem, archival inter­views with the orig­i­nal cre­ators, two-play­er local co-op mode, and achieve­ments. Both titles will be sold as one bun­dle, cost­ing $15. They are based off the Super Nin­ten­do ver­sions of the games.