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Badland: Game of the Year Edition arrives on the Switch eShop today. Check out a launch trailer for the game below.

According to an eShop listing, the side-scrolling action adventure title Badland is making a comeback on Switch.

Previously, Badland: Game of the Year Edition appeared on Wii U back in 2015. QubicGames and Frogmind will now be releasing it for Nintendo’s current console on August 6.

Here’s an overview and trailer from the eShop page:

The Wii U version of Badland: Game of the Year Edition finally hit the eShop last Thursday. For a look at the game, check out the video below.

Frogmind is bringing Badland: Game of the Year Edition to the Wii U eShop today. Check out the game’s launch trailer below.

Badland: Game of the Year Edition is hitting the eShop on July 30. View some footage from the Wii U build below.

Badland: Game of the Year Edition is heading to the Wii U eShop next week. In order to download the game, you’ll need 171 MB of free space available. The title launches on July 30 in North America and Europe.

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Update: Here’s another video:


GiantBomb has shared another 18 minutes of footage from Badland: Game of the Year Edition. Check it out in the video below.

Today, Frogmind published a nature documentary trailer for Badland: Game of the Year Edition. View it below.

Badland: Game of the Year Edition is hitting the Wii U eShop towards the end of June, Frogmind has confirmed.

For those who haven’t heard about Badland previously, it’s a side-scrolling action-adventure game with physics-based gameplay. Players tale on the role of a flying creature called Clony, who will need to escape various traps, puzzles, and obstacles in a forest.

Badland was originally released on smart devices. This new version “builds on the original game’s strengths with completely redesigned controls” and “redesigned gameplay expands that of the original by offering full left/right/up/down control over the game’s characters.” Frogmind is including over 15 hours and 100 levels of single-player story content, 100 co-op levels, and 27 multiplayer deathmatch stages for up-to-four-person local multiplayer.

Some screenshots from Badland: Game of the Year Edition are posted below.

Source: Frogmind PR