Musical puzzler Figment out on Switch now

Another great addition to the Nintendo Indie Line-Up.

Bedtime Digital Games’ award winning musical puzzle game, Figment is now available on the Nintendo Switch! Previously released last year on the PC, Figment is a musical puzzle adventure set in the recesses of the human mind. This mind has been quiet and calm for many years, but something has changed. New thoughts have started to emerge – taking the shape of nightmarish creatures who spread fear wherever they go. Players control Dusty, the mind’s former voice of courage, as he attempts to fend off these nightmares and get back to his former self as he seeks to restore the courage that’s been lost.

The game features a full original soundtrack written by game designer Niels Højgaard Sørensen a.k.a Danish screamer-songwriter Stöj Snak – and performed by the game’s enemies themselves. Additionally the game also features:

  • A gorgeous hand-drawn world to explore and restore
  • Fight human fears head-on, as you battle with sinister nightmares
  • Use both brawn and brain, solving puzzles and battling enemies
  • Enjoy a full score of musical performances, nightmarish and otherwise, which are defined by your exploration of the world

If you are interested in picking up the game, be sure to read our Figment Review which went up yesterday! The game of course is out now on the Nintendo Switch eShop and is currently has a 20% launch discount taking down the price to $15.99 / €15.99/ £14.39.

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Contributor Hey look, it's Jack, The Indie Game Website's resident Australian! Fan of Shovel Knight, Hollow Knight and all things metroidvania. Part of our core news team, Jack believes games are more than just entertainment.