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Ty the Tasmanian Tiger

Krome Studios has issued a new trailer for Ty the Tasmanian Tiger HD, a redone version of the 2002 GameCube platformer. Check it out below.

Krome Studios posted a brief off-screen video this week showing off Ty the Tasmanian Tiger running on Switch in handheld mode. Check it out below.

Last year, Krome Studios ran a Kickstarter campaign for updated re-release of Ty the Tasmanian Tiger for modern systems. The campaign reached its funding goal, and work began on a version for Nintendo Switch. A new update was posted for backers of the campaign today, informing them that the Switch version of Ty the Tasmanian Tiger is currently in its final stages of lotcheck testing and is set to be released on March 31, 2020.

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As previously reported, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger will be made for Switch with new visuals and updated controls, along with a few other bells and whistles, after it was successfully funded on Kickstarter. Krome Studios has now given an early look at the game, which you can see below.

Earlier this week, Krome Studios opened a Kickstarter for a Switch remaster of the GameCube title Ty the Tasmanian Tiger. The $50,000 goal has already been reached with four weeks remaining in the campaign. That’s good news for fans, as the project is officially moving forward.

Ty the Tasmanian Tiger for Switch will feature updated visuals, optional motion controls, a new “Hardcore Mode”, an improved camera, and more. Kickstarter stretch goals are planned, including new Ty skins at $75,000.

Back in 2002, Krome Studios created the platformer Ty the Tasmanian Tiger. Nearly two decades later, Krome Studios is looking to bring back the original game for Switch – and with a fresh coat of paint to boot.

A new Kickstarter opened today for a Switch remaster of Ty the Tasmanian Tiger. Aside from updating the visuals, new Switch-specific controls will be included “where you can use them like boomerangs to throw and glide.” Audio improvements are also planned.

If this sounds interesting, you can back the project on Kickstarter here. Krome Studios seeks $50,000 in funding to make the Switch remaster happen.

Thanks to Kevin N for the tip.