Mr. Shifty, TumbleSeed, and Shakedown Hawaii coming to Switch

Mr. Shifty and Shakedown Hawaii launching first on Switch.

Shakedown Hawaii

Mr. Shifty from TinyBuild and Team Shifty, TumbleSeed from Aeiowu, and Shakedown Hawaii from VBlank are coming to Switch.

Mr. Shifty, which is also coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Mac, will launch first on Switch in April. TumbleSeed will launch this spring on Switch in addition to the previously announced Switch, PlayStation 4, PC, and Mac versions. Shakedown Hawaii, which is also coming to PlayStation 4, PS Vita, 3DS, and PC, will launch first on Switch this April.

Here’s an overview of all three titles:

Mr. Shifty (TinyBuild and Team Shifty, April 2017)

Shift through bullets, and master lightning-fast takedowns in a new kind of action game. Mr. Shifty follows a teleportation-fueled heist to break into the world’s most secure facility. Shift through walls, through bullets, cover huge distances and be everywhere at once. One shot kills. Survive on skills. HD rumble allows players to feel every punch, shot and crash. The game is scheduled to launch first on Nintendo Switch this April.

TumbleSeed (Aeiowu, Spring 2017)

A small seed heads up a mountain to save his home in this physics-based game. More than 30 unique upgrades help the seed overcome challenges and enemies. HD rumble means players will feel seeds traversing across the screen. The game is scheduled to launch on Nintendo Switch this spring.

Shakedown Hawaii (vBlank Entertainment, April 2017)

This 16-bit spiritual successor to Retro City Rampage aims to be twice as good with twice the bits. From the boardroom to the streets, Shakedown Hawaii parodies big business and the white collar crimes that go alongside. Build your empire, monopolize the markets and collaterally re-zone the island’s destructible sandbox. It’s scheduled to launch first on Nintendo Switch this April.

Watch a set of trailers below.

Mr. Shifty


Shakedown Hawaii

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