Shiftlings wobbling onto Switch soon

Award winning puzzler enhanced edition where size matters.

Set in an intergalactic reality show, Shiftlings is a quirky puzzle platformer about a pair of space custodians who travel the cosmos completing complex challenges.  Shiftlings’ special twist is that these two oddballs are linked by a single air hose, allowing them to pass gas back and forth between their space suits in an instant.  This feature lets one character expand massively in size and weight, reducing mobility but providing clever ways to solve objectives and reach new terrain.

The quirky platform puzzler is a perfect match for the Nintendo Switch.  You can tackle the 55 levels on your own or together with a family member or a friend while relaxing on the couch.  Or spice up a long train or plane ride by playing a few levels of Shiftlings with a travel companion.

As with the original Shiftlings game, the space platform-puzzler features couch co-op as well as a single player mode. You can enjoy the conjoined physics-based platformer puzzles through 55 levels, spread across 5 stunning worlds.

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Natascha Röösli, Assistant Producer at developer Rock Pocket Games says of the switch release:

“We are VERY excited to bring Shiftlings to the Nintendo Switch. It’s the perfect game for the console.  It’s made specifically for couch co-op but it also has to offer challenges for the hardcore gamer who wants to tackle the game by her/his own.”

The enhanced Nintendo Switch version also features smooth 60 fps gameplay. The updated level layout and design improve the player progression and overall pacing of the game. New help features and all the play modes are available to the Nintendo Switch, offering enhanced single and cooperative experiences compared to the original.

You’ll be able to bounce into Shiftling for the Switch from the 1st of February.  In the mean time, why not check out Crazy Dreamz MagiCats Edition?  It’s a great platformer that allows you to build your own game through simple dragging and dropping of code snippets.

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A fan of indie RPGs, Andrew splits his time between grinding for XP, and writing about grinding for XP. As well as running our news section, Andrew eats a medically inadvisable amount of Marmite.

Andrew May

News Editor A fan of indie RPGs, Andrew splits his time between grinding for XP, and writing about grinding for XP. As well as running our news section, Andrew eats a medically inadvisable amount of Marmite.