Ibb & Obb, a co-op puzzle platformer that was first released for PC and PS3 in 2013, is the sort of game that looks and feels like a perfect fit for Switch. Now, years after its initial, well-received release, it’s coming to Nintendo’s portable machine. It will release on March 5.
The two-player game will be playable with detached Joy-Cons, and while you can play the game alone, it’s designed to be played with someone else, as shown in the trailer below. The two characters need to stick together, and many of the puzzles involve dealing with changes in gravity.
The game is available for pre-purchase now at a 15% discount, meaning that you can get it for $12.69. It will sell for $15 after launch.
The game received a 7/10 in our original review, and reviewer Tom Mc Shea wrote that “Beneath the whimsical exterior lies a devious and clever puzzle game that makes you curse gravity for being so strict.”
The Switch has a huge range of games heading its way in 2020, of course–here are some of the highlights.
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