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TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom releasing for Switch on March 9

Posted on February 27, 2018 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop

TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom was announced for Switch about a month ago. It’s made by Zengami, a studio founded by former staffers at Atari Melbourne House.

Over on the Australian eShop, TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom has been dated. The puzzle-platformer is expected out on March 9. Given past releases, this should be out in the same day in Europe and North America.

Here’s more on TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom for those who missed our previous coverage:

TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom is a cross genre platform puzzle game that introduces Bebo, Deephi, Slimmie, Smarts, Willis and Sparky the Turtle. They are aided by ‘The Genie’, who is an airborne support turtle that players can use to manipulate the game world and enhance the abilities of the turtles!

The game’s Campaign mode challenges players to free the turtles from a menagerie of over 100 stages across seven game worlds in single player or two player co-op modes. Robust game mechanics seamlessly blend platform and puzzle gameplay with features including multi character control and turtle-linking, environment manipulation via block swapping, item deployment and match 3 mechanics that make challenges even more fresh, intense and fun! Through the journey, players collect Sun-Coins, Moon-Pearls and earn Treasure Chests to discover and level-up over 15 types of Building Cards and more than 40 gameplay items to help lead the turtles to freedom!

Battle and play with friends in local Multiplayer with 1-4 players in versus or co-op formats. Arena Battle Crown Thief and Arena Battle Lick’em Up modes pit players against one another in a classic Arena Battle tournament format where the aim is to wear the crown the longest or lick, color and free the most turtles to achieve victory. In Turtle Clash mode, players battle in split screen on over 75 stages that can be unlocked in Campaign mode.

TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom is exclusive and optimized for Nintendo Switch running at native 1080p 60 when docked and native 720p 60 in Tabletop or Handheld modes.

Source: Switch eShop

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