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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood was added to the Switch eShop a few months ago. Wired Productions has also prepared a physical version, which was originally slated for last week. It experienced a delay though, and is now on track for April 24.

Here’s more on Max: The Curse of Brotherhood for those who haven’t heard of the game previously:

Wired Productions has announced a new partnership with Flashbulb Games and StageClear Studios to bring Max: The Curse of Brotherhood to retail. You’ll be able to purchase the game physically starting March 23. Pricing is set at $29.99 / £24.99 / €29.99.

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, “a cinematic adventure filled with action-packed platforming and creative puzzle-solving”, launched on the eShop last month. The digital version can be purchased for $14.99.

We have a trailer promoting the new physical release below.

Source: Wired Productions PR

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood joins the Switch eShop tomorrow. Check out 21 minutes of footage in the video below.

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood will be available on Switch this coming Thursday. Take a look at a bunch of footage below.

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood was first created for Xbox One, and now it’s heading to Switch. Check out a video below showing how the two versions compare.

Over in Europe, a demo for Max: The Curse of Brotherhood released yesterday. Get a look at some footage below.

Update: (11/17)Stage Clear Studios and Flashbulb Games have confirmed the December 21 release date. The title will include “a new touch-based control scheme that will let the player to directly draw on screen, improving the precision and agility of the gameplay as in any other previous version of the game.”


Original (11/16): Several years ago, Press Play created the platformer Max & the Magic Marker. It also later came to DS as a retail title.

Press Play ended up making a sequel, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, back in late 2013. It started out as an Xbox One exclusive, but has since started to find a home on new platforms. Now we can say that a Switch version is happening.