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3D platformer Here Comes Niko! announced for Switch

Posted on December 14, 2020 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop

Frog Vibes has announced that Here Comes Niko!, its upcoming 3D platformer, is coming to Switch. A Hat in Time developer Gears from Breakfast will be publishing.

We have the following overview and trailer for Here Comes Niko!:

Tadpole Inc. is looking for employees. Are you ready to be their next professional friend?

In Here Comes Niko!, the cozy 3D platformer for tired people, you’ll play as Niko traveling across scenic islands. Make new friends, catch fish, solve puzzles, snag bugs, and more! With Here Comes Niko! you’re in for the most laid back adventure of your life!

My boss is a frog?!
I applied for a job at Tadpole Incorporated as a “professional friend”. Now they want me to go to a bunch of islands to help everyone I meet. If I don’t prove myself, I’m out of a job! Luckily the folks around here are kind. Kind and a bit weird. Should I just enjoy island life while I’m here?

To clarify:
Yes, my boss eats bugs and stuff.
Yes, he does wear a tie.
Type of frog? A green one?
Everyone I meet seems to be some sort of animal. How did I end up here?


How to be a professional friend
Hi, Pepper here. I’m an executive manager at Tadpole Inc.
A professional friend is someone who is a friend to everybody! And who occasionally gets paid. On your journey, you’ll meet many creatures that need help. Help them with catching fish, making art, or by just listening to their worries. If you’re lucky you’ll get a coin. Invest your coins in the railways so you can travel to new islands. Before you know it you’ll be doing big business!

Travel tips
In Here Comes Niko you’ll be able to explore 6 different islands! Play on Hairball City’s lovely beaches, take a stroll through Salmon Creek Forests luscious mountain trail, swim at the public pool. It’s time to unwind, don’t you think?

A release window for Here Comes Niko! has not yet been announced – stay tuned for further information.

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