Joggernauts launches October 11

Jog, jump, and switch.

Joggernauts

Co-op auto-runner party game Joggernauts will launch for Switch via the Nintendo eShop and PC via Steam on October 11, publisher Graffiti Games and developer Space Mace Games announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

Colorful, Chaotic, Co-Op Switching

  • Switch places at just the right time to beat color-coded levels.
  • Work together as a team. No jogger left behind!
  • Co-op that’s actually cooperative.

It’s got Single Player, too!

  • You Jump for Two!
  • You Switch for Two!
  • You Coordinate the Two!
  • Your cat watches. (Cat not included)
  • It’s like patting your head and rubbing your belly, but you’re jogging.

Easy to Learn, but Deceptively Difficult

  • Only 2 buttons! How hard can that be?
  • Difficulty modifiers to play faster, slower, safer, or danger…er.
  • Mind-bending action puzzles that hate you.

Story!

  • There is one!
  • With a robot.
  • And a ton of really great music!
  • It’s got a Funny Funny Joke (Limit 1).
  • And super secret secrets to find!
  • And trophies to collect.
  • … in space.

Watch a new trailer below.

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