Snake Pass slithers its way onto Switch this March

by Luke HendersonFebruary 16, 2017

Sumo Digital have announced that Snake Pass is going to slither onto Nintendo Switch on March 29 and while a local distributor has not yet been confirmed, thanks to the Switch being region free, that is no longer an issue.

Snake Pass is a retro-inspired collectathon platformer, where players slither, curl and climb their way through increasingly challenging worlds filled with intricate obstacles and fiendishly mind-bending challenges.

Snake Pass is a real passion project for the team. It’s been so fun creating our own characters, visual style and establishing our own voice as IP creators.” said Seb Liese, Creator of Snake Pass. “Our mission with Snake Pass, was to make the simple act of controlling Noodle the Snake as fun as possible. Once players start to “think like a snake”, they will be amazed at the incredible feats of acrobatics they are capable of.”

For Nintendo Switch owners, Snake Pass will be playable in TV mode, Handheld mode and Tabletop mode. Supporting the Joy-Con and the Switch Pro Controller, Snake Pass on Nintendo Switch offers unparalleled flexibility, letting you play any place, any time and any way you want.

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So, I have been gaming since controllers only had two buttons and because I wanted to, I started my own site. Now of course, you can find me writing for Vooks as well

  • bernietoast
    February 16, 2017 at 7:29 am

    I actually am interested in this now that I know its developed by Sumo Digital, the work they did on Sonic All-Stars Transformed for the Wii U was excellent. This could be a great game to have on the go.

    • February 16, 2017 at 7:41 am

      They also did a lot of work on Disney Infinity, the most recent effort was the Rise Against the Empire playset, which was based on the original trilogy

  • Cam
    February 17, 2017 at 6:59 am

    Really looking forward to this as my rest game from Zelda. It reminds me a lot of Rare in their golden days.

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