In a surprise statement for its indie-developer friendly Twitter hashtag #ScreenshotSaturday, Fabio Ferrara — Co-founder of all Milan-based indie studio Chubby Pixel — disclosed his game Suicide Guy would be coming to Nintendo Switch. Fans of the game will notice it launch as early as this season.
Despite the title, it is not as bleak than you’d expect. Sporting an artstyle similar to Hello Neighbor, Suicide Guy is a non-conventional story about escape. “Suicide Guy” is trapped in his dream, and the only way for him to escape the imagined universe is finding a means. You are able tot anticipate this to be a simple job, as the surroundings that are vibrant and cute work as hard as they can to keep you from doing the job.
Throughout the trailer (seen below) Suicide Guy handles to seem as a mix of Job Simulator plus a more complicated puzzle game. The game is already available on PC through Steam (and has been since July 2017), which was shown fairly early on that the game would also be coming into both PS4 and Xbox One.
Though this is a surprise, it’s no surprise that we’re seeing this ported to Nintendo Switch. Ever since the console’so launch in 2017, the handheld device has been shared grounds for ports of games, for example the forthcoming TowerFall Ascension Switch edition. At the 2018 Game Developer’s Conference, over a third of all developers mentioned they were interested in creating for Nintendo Switch. A growth which shouldn’t be shocking given how developers continue to speak up the fiscal viability of Switch ports.
As stated previously, Suicide Guy is available instantly for PC; gamers on Nintendo Switch, PS4, along with Xbox One may expect the game to launch sometime in 2018. You can check out now’s tweet along with the gameplay trailer, under:
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