Super Hyperactive Ninja speeds onto Switch

A hyper-caffeinated action-platformer!

Previously released on PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One, and developed by Grimorio of Games, Super Hyperactive Ninja comes to Nintendo Switch on October 25, 2018. The caffeinated platformer puts you on the path to recover stolen coffee before you fall asleep! Use the power of caffeine to enter Hyperactive Mode, to run faster and kill enemies, but use it wisely as it runs out fast. Due to this, your energy is limited and must be recharged with the coffees you within the levels, as if you don’t, it will be game over!

Additionally, you can also play against a friend with a crazy fast-paced 1-on-1 battles in the games hidden fight mode. Use characters from some of your favourite indie games or friendly new faces such as the stealth assassin from Aragami, Jack from Caveman Warriors and Ace from Ice Cream Surfer! This game is designed at heart for those who want a real tough challenge in the 2D platformer genre and especially for those who love speed running! Some of the games key features also include:

  • More than 50 levels of fast paced action
  • Difficult and challenging, but fair
  • Speedrun friendly
  • Discover new ways to play and secret paths using the unlockable items
  • Hidden 2-player fighting mode
  • Guest characters: Aragami, Jack and Ace!

Pre-orders for the game start on October 11th, with a great 40% off the price if you are interested. If you are not looking to grab the game on Switch, it is of course also available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for £6.49 / $8,99. It is also on the Steam store for £5.79 / $7.99.

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Jack Simpson

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.