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Mango Protocol is working on Clem as its latest project, and we now know that it’s targeted for Switch. The developer hopes to have it down in Q2 2023.

Clem is officially described as a “puzzlevania mystery adventure”. For additional information, continue on below.

Colossus Down

Mango Protocol will have Colossus Down, the third game in the Psychotic Adventures saga, ready to go on Switch tomorrow. Take a look at some footage below.

Colossus Down releases for Switch via the eShop on January 28. Find more information and a trailer here.

Colossus Down

Mango Protocol has dated the Switch version of Colossus Down, the third game in the Psychotic Adventures saga. A release is planned for January 28.

Here’s an overview of Colossus Down, along with a trailer:

Colossus Down

Mango Protocol has announced that Colossus Down, the third entry in the Psychotic Adventures saga, is heading to Switch. The title will be available “very soon”.

Here’s an overview of the “destruction adventure”, along with a trailer:

Agatha Knife MechaNika, two titles from Mango Protocol, were previously distributed on Switch as digital downloads. The two will now be bundled together as a physical release known as “Psychotic Adventures Origins”.

Psychotic Adventures Origins will go on sale in early 2020, with a release tentatively slated for March. First Press Games will handle publishing exclusively.


Earlier this year, Mango Protocol brought Agatha Knife to Switch. The studio has now confirmed that another one of its games, MechaNika, will also be getting a release on the eShop.

MechaNika will have you playing as a the sassy seven-year-old girl Nikka who is on a quest to find the components she needs to build her particular deadly metal weapon. With it, she’ll destroy all of the things in the world she doesn’t like. Mango Protoco says “MechaNika is a whole new darkly sarcastic adventure with fascinating characters, each with their own twisted story, many puzzles with different ways to be solved, and more stunning hand-drawn visuals.”

Agatha Knife

The latest update for Agatha Knife is now available. Version 1.0.3 began distribution this week.

According to developer Mango Protocol, the team has “improved the overall game performance and game save management.” Also addressed is “a character navigation problem and a few sequence management issues.”

Agatha Knife can be found on Switch through the eShop.

Source: Switch news

Agatha Knife

Mango Protocol prepared an update for Agatha Knife a few days ago. The next patch, version 1.0.2, is now available as well.

The latest update addresses a blocking issue. We have more information straight from the developer below.

Agatha Knife

Mango Protocol recently released a new update for Agatha Knife on Switch. All players currently have access to version 1.0.1.

We have the full rundown on the update from Mango Protocol below. It improves game management, adds in some new language support, and more.

Agatha Knife

Agatha Knife is coming to Switch, a listing on the North American eShop reveals. Pre-load is already live stateside – the same option should be available tomorrow in Europe as well.

Agatha Knife is a satirical narrative point-and-click adventure. You’ll play as seven-year-old Agatha, “an insomniac who finds herself conflicted between friendship with the animals in her mother’s butcher shop and her unwavering love for eating meat.”

Here’s some additional information and a trailer:

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