Creative platformer Levelhead coming to Switch in November

Run, jump, and warp your way up the corporate ladder.

Levelhead

Creative platformer Levelhead is coming to Switch in November in addition to its previously planned PC, iOS, and Android releases, developer Butterscotch Shenanigans announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via Nintendo.com:

About

Levelhead is a creative platformer for one-to-four players. Run, jump, and warp up the corporate ladder of the Levelhead Division in the single-player campaign, research new elements for your very own level-building workshop, then build and publish levels for the rest of the world to play!

Key Features

  • Responsive, joyful platforming – Take control of GR-18, a delivery robot in-training, as you run, jump, and blast your way across a single player campaign and an endless supply of player-generated levels.
  • Effortless, dynamic level building – Hop into the Workshop to create your own levels with more than 60 elements including enemies, hazards, paths, switches, secrets, power-ups, and even alternate game modes.
  • Couch Co-op CreativityLevelhead lets you play with up to 4 friends on the same couch for some downright hilarious entertainment. And if you want to really reach for those relationship goals, hop into the Workshop with friends and build levels with everyone at once.
  • Build a following, play the world – Publish your Workshop levels to the Levelhub for the world to enjoy, and then fill up your own personalized feed by following creators whose content you love. With robust search and subscription, the Levelhub makes amassing a following and playing quality content from around the world a breeze.

Watch the announcement trailer below. Visit the official website here.

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