Nintendo Switch isn’t missing a beat at defining itself as “the weird, indie game” console. With titles like Mom Hid My Game and Floor Kids on the horizon, the latest addition to the often-odd lineup is PHL Collective’s ClusterPuck99.
Being ported over with the help of Coatsink Software, ClusterPuck99 originally released on PC on January 23, 2015 — later making its way to Xbox One the September of the same year. The game follows in the footsteps of other indie games that broach sports in a more “arcade” way, including #IDARB, Pyre, and more. As you can see in the trailer below, the game plays like a flattened Rocket League and air hockey.
Specifically, the Nintendo Switch version of ClusterPuck99 will sport all the features seen in other console versions, as well as some Nintendo Switch-exclusive maps. These include 8-player local multiplayer, instant replay, puck customization, single-player challenge mode, 30+ original maps, and an arena creator to amp up replayability.
At the moment, there is no set launch date for ClusterPuck99 on Nintendo Switch; however, it is still available for PC and Xbox One for multi-console gamers. Check out the trailer below: