Serial Cleaner launch trailer
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Serial Cleaner made it to Switch a couple of days ago via the eShop. Have a look at the official launch trailer below.
Serial Cleaner footage
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Serial Cleaner is hitting the Switch eShop towards the end of next week. Get a look at some footage in the video below.
Serial Cleaner launches November 30 on Switch
Posted on 3 weeks ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 0 comments | 0 Likes
Serial Cleaner is coming to Switch on November 30, iFun4All has announced. Curve Digital will be publishing, though most of the revenue will be obtained by the developer.
iFun4all also says that Green Game: Timeswapper, which came out last week, “boasts amazing sales results – we count sold copies in thousands”. The developer has “even higher” goals for Serial Cleaner.
Here’s a trailer for Serial Cleaner:
Source: iFun4All PR
Red Game Without a Great Name hitting Switch later this week
Posted on 3 weeks ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Switch eShop, Videos | 1 Comment | 0 Likes
iFun4All brought Green Game: TimeSwapper to Switch last week. The studio is already releasing another title on the console in just a few days.
On Friday, Red Game Without a Great Name will be available. The 2D arcade title has you playing as a mechanical bird traversing a hostile Steampunk world. The main gameplay mechanic is teleporting spread across sixty levels.
We have more information about Red Game Without a Great Name below, along with a trailer.
Green Game: TimeSwapper scheduled for release next week on Switch
Posted on 1 month ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 0 comments | 0 Likes
All signs are pointing to Green Game: TimeSwapper coming to Switch next week. What Nintendo has listed on its website as well as what’s on the eShop may very well mean that we’ll be seeing it on November 17.
Nintendo’s North American website lists Green Game: TimeSwapper for that very day. Meanwhile, the European Switch eShop also has it down for November 17. There could always be a last-minute change, but next week’s launch is in sight.
As for what Green Game: TimeSwapper actually is, while we’ve covered it previously, we have more information and a trailer below.
Serial Cleaner – first footage on Switch
Posted on 1 month ago by Joshua in Switch eShop, Videos | 2 Comments | 0 Likes
Last week, we learned that Serial Cleaner was coming to Switch. Fast forward to now, and the indie developer iFun4All has released on YouTube a clip of the game being played on the Switch itself. You can indulge in this sneak peek below.
Serial Cleaner hitting Switch by the end of this year
Posted on 2 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 3 Comments | 0 Likes
iFun4All has announced that Serial Cleaner is coming to Switch. A specific release date hasn’t been determined, but it will be on the console by the end of 2017.
Serial Cleaner is a fast-paced stealth/action game. It places an emphasis on the story, which takes place in 1970s America. You play as a professional cleaner who cleans up murder scenes by disposing of bodies, cleaning up blood stains, and hiding incriminating evidence. However, you’ll need to do so without leaving evidence behind for the police.
Along with its story-driven campaign, Serial Cleaner also contains challenge modes. It promises multiple enemy types, replayability, and more.
Here’s a trailer:
Red Game and Green Game coming to Switch
Posted on 3 months ago by Joshua in Switch eShop | 2 Comments | 0 Likes
No, this isn’t about the Japanese versions of Pokemon.
Red Game Without a Great Name and Green Game: Timeswapper by iFun4All are both receiving a port to the Switch within the next few weeks.
These challenging games can be purchased for $2.99 each on Steam. Below are the trailers and brief descriptions for both games.
Teleport yourself into the most hardcore game this fall. Try to imagine a game simple in its basics, but demanding from the very first level, where everything might kill you. Even the camera and the main protagonist are against you as both of them constantly move forward. Add some barbed wire, spikes, and sawblades and you’ll get Red Game Without a Great Name. And in this game you will die a lot.
The game features fifty carefully designed levels. You will need to make your way through a hostile world – the blades of windmills will slice the bird, pistons shall squash it and spiked gates are going to crush it. Control time to deactivate traps and activate the steam generators that will change your movement direction. Find one of many ways to the end of each level. Plan your route and show your reflex skills to get through the most difficult paths and gather all the gears.