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Super Putty Squad coming to Switch

Posted on October 8, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop

System3 is bringing Super Putty Squad to Switch, according to a listing on Amazon UK. The retailer has a tentative release date up of December 1.

Putty Squad first appeared in 1994 on the SNES. A new version of the game also came out a few years ago on various platforms, including 3DS.

We assume that Super Putty Squad for Switch is based on the classic release or the newer remake. Amazon’s listing mentions that it will feature “stunning new rendered graphics, retuned and refined gameplay elements combined with an all new tutorial mode for supreme playability.”

Here’s the full rundown of information from the page:

One of Retro gaming’s best loved heroes hits the Nintendo Switch in Super Putty Squad!

This critically acclaimed platform adventure is back with stunning new rendered graphics, retuned and refined gameplay elements combined with an all new tutorial mode for supreme playability.

Bounce, squidgy and stretch your way to victory as you help Putty save his kidnapped friends from certain death.

Use Putty’s extraordinary abilities to Stretch, Absorb, Fly, Inflate, Float, Mimic and Explode your way to pure platforming nirvana.

Putty is Back! A timeless classic makes the Switch!
Over 100 levels of stretchy mayhem to overcome!
Collect and unlock extra trophies and explore cunningly hidden levels.
Unique Sticker Book feature allows the player to track progress

Super Putty Squad hasn’t been officially announced, but that should be changing soon. Hopefully the news will bring along the first screenshots.

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  • amak11

    Just pointing out. But that year or system is wrong

    • Mark

      It was clearly so ahead of its time, people had to wait for seven years to play it.

  • Tlink7

    Surely it is some kind of sacrilege to use an American flag as a skateboard?!

    • Gregory Weagle

      I don’t think it applies to the image of the American flag; I think the code only applies to the flag itself. But then again; enforcement of the code has been lax to say the least.

      • Tlink7

        What if you wrap a flag around a skateboard? xD

        • Gregory Weagle

          I’m pretty sure that violates the flag code.

          • Tlink7

            Hmm thanks. What caused you guys to give your flag so much protection?

          • Justin McQuillen

            We don’t. People get away with burning it in front of police every day. Some people get away with a lot of stuff here.

          • Tlink7

            True, but even if it isn’t persecuted, the law was still made, why was that?

          • Gregory Weagle

            Don’t know. I’m Canadian and I’m not sure what Canada’s flag codes are.

    • Justin McQuillen

      It’s respect. Skateboarding is an american concept.

  • nekoknight

    1984? Whew! Releasing a game for a system that wouldn’t launch until another six years or so, now that’s dedication!

  • I always hated that box art, but I’m never been into the gross art aesthetic either so what do I know