Publisher Raw Fury has announced it is bringing GoNNER from Art in Heart, Kingdom: Two Crowns from Noio, and Dandara from Long Hat House to Switch.
All three titles are due out in 2017. The console version of GoNNER will launch first on Switch with additional exclusive content. Dandara will also launch for “PC, consoles, mobile,” but have Switch-exclusive features such as HD rumble support.
Here’s an overview of each game:
GoNNER (Art in Heart, 2017)
GoNNER is a tough-as-hell, score-based, procedurally generated platformer with roguelike elements. GoNNER is also a story about friendship between Ikk, Death and a space whale named Sally. You will die. A lot. The console version of the game launches first on Nintendo Switch with additional content tailor-made for the system later this year.
Kingdom: Two Crowns (Noio, 2017)
In Kingdom: Two Crowns, attend to your domain, border to border, or venture into the wild to discover its wonders and threats. First revealed today, two players can come together in co-op mode to rule a kingdom. Their choices bring hope or despair to their subjects. The game is scheduled to launch later this year.
Dandara (Long Hat House, 2017)
Dandara has awoken to reshape the world. In this strange world of quirky characters, nothing is at it seems. In this bizarre, gravity-bending world with hidden beauty, it’s up to Dandara, jumping from surface to surface, to restore order and direct a directionless world. The game is scheduled to launch on Nintendo Switch this summer with exclusive features and functionality, including HD rumble support.
Watch the Dandara announcement trailer below.