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A Little to the Left Deep Clean update

A Little to the Left just added even more content as part of a new “Deep Clean” update.

The update brings along three new Snack Pack levels. It also adds three new puzzle types into the Daily Tidy mode, the fan-requested Archive mode as well as a number of improvements and bug fixes.

Here’s the full rundown:

A Little to the Left Cupboards & Drawers DLC

Publisher Secret Mode and developer Max Inferno today dated the Cupboards & Drawers DLC for A Little to the Left. It’ll be available on June 27, 2023.

Here’s everything you need to know:

A Little to the Left update 1.2.1

Secret Mode has readied a new update for A Little to the Left, with the Switch version moving up to version 1.2.1.

New content is included here with “The Something Eggstra” Easter event, which adds levels accessible until April 10. Other adjustments and fixes are included as well.

The full patch notes for A Little to the Left’s version 1.2.1 update are as follows:

A few games are seeing a surprise release on Switch today thanks to the new Indie World Showcase, and it turns out that A Little to the Left is one of them. Fans can pick it up on the eShop now.

A Little to the Left is the the wholesome puzzler from publisher Secret Mode and Max Inferno. For those that need a refresher, continue on below.

A Little to the Left hands on preview

As much as big, cinematic games tend to steal the show around this time of year, perhaps the most interesting game I played at Summer Game Fest this year was A Little to the Left. It’s a quaint, tactile puzzle game about arranging and straightening everyday household objects. The title is a passion project for Max Inferno, a two-person studio that has been developing the game for a little over a year now.

Publisher Secret Mode has announced that it’s teaming up with developer Max Inferno on A Little to the Left, an upcoming puzzle game. It will launch for Switch in August 2022.

According to Secret Mode, A Little to the Left “is a cozy puzzle game that has you sort, stack, and organize household items into pleasing arrangements, but you’ll need to keep an eye out for a mischievous cat with an inclination for chaos. The idea for the title was born from Annie and Lukas’ experience during the pandemic and the calming influence they found tidying and sorting had on their lives at the time.”


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