SkateBIRD adds Switch version

Grind on bendy straws, kick-flip over staplers, and carve killer lines.

SkateBIRD

SkateBIRD is coming to Switch alongside its previously announced Xbox One and PC (Steam) versions in late 2020, developer Glass Bottom Games announced.

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

About

Grind on bendy straws, kick-flip over staplers, and carve killer lines through cardboard and sticky tape parks!

You’re a lonely lil’ bird, and your Big Friend has hung up their board for good. Their job sucks, and lately, they’re barely ever home to play with you. You’re gonna fix all that with the power of being a chill little skateboarding bird. You may be tiny, but the more you skate, the more following you get, the more the world of bird skating will open up. Birds will come check out your park, help you find more parks, and together you’ll (somehow) fix Big Friend’s life! Above all else, skate birds try their best!

Key Features

  • Explore lots of bird-sized parks, with simple controls familiar to any pro skating tiny hawk.
  • Find fancy clothing, secret mixtapes of new music, birbs that need your help, and more!
  • Skate to an original low-fi birb-hop soundtrack, and unlock new tracks from underground bands as you explore the world!
  • And if you bail, you just get back up—because above all else, skate birbs try their best!

Watch a new trailer below.

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