Even though Gunman Clive proved to be a really short and easy game, its distinctive aesthetics helped make it a runaway success about the 3DS’s eShop in 2012; it had been even followed it up with a fantastic sequel in 2015 and an HD set about the Wii U. Following a brief hiatus from game development, Gunman Clive creator Bertil Hörberg began working on a brand new project six months ago.
Now we finally obtained a fresh glimpse at this project on his Twitter account. While the project remains currently with no publicly known name, he did launch the following Tweet with a in-game screenshot:
Today it’s 6 weeks since we began our new project. This’s a tiny sneak peek pic.twitter.com/RM4OUhGi1M
— Bertil Hörberg (@BertilHrberg) March 13, 2018
Both the visual design and concentrate on city-destroying giant robots are quite different from Gunman Clive, but I am still very curious to see where Bertil Hörberg’s new project goes. Bertil Hörberg affirmed in a later Tweet that they’re developing the game with Nintendo Switch as the primary stage, that makes sense considering the success he discovered about the 3DS.
While details on this name are currently rare, DualShockers will make certain to allow you to know when more info is published. This project is currently without a release window, however, we do know it is coming to Nintendo Switch.