It’s no secret that the Nintendo Switch has been a runaway success, for Nintendo and many indie developers alike. Many developers are porting many games from their back catalog to the console/handheld system in order to expose their title to a brand new audience. Playism is now joining that lineup, as they have announced that they are bringing three games to the Nintendo Switch.
The three Playism games in question are Kero Blaster, TorqueL, and Croixleur Sigma. The first of these titles to be released is TorqueL, which is described as a “2D rotation action puzzle game” by its developers. TorqueL was initially released on PC by developer FullSidePowerAttack.com in 2014; Playism then assisted in bringing the game to both PS4 and PS Vita in 2015. The game is coming to Nintendo Switch as TorqueL -Physics Modified Edition- and will release on February 15 with HD Rumble support.
Meanwhile, Croixleur Sigma is a Japanese hack ‘n slash game developed by souvenir circ. It released on PC in 2014, with Playism jumping on to help port the game to both PS4 and PS Vita in 2016. At this time, the Nintendo Switch port of Croixleur Sigma just has a vague 2018 release window.
Finally, they are bringing over Studio Pixel’s awesome 2D platformer Kero Blaster to the Nintendo Switch sometime this year. For those of you who don’t know, Kero Blaster is developed by Daisuke “Pixel” Amaya, who is known for creating Cave Story. Kero Blaster released on PC and iOS in 2014, before finally coming to PS4 last year. The game’s shorter nature is a great fit for the Nintendo Switch, and I personally can’t wait to try it out on the go. Unfortunately, like Croixleur Sigma, this port is also without a release date.
You can check out a trailer showcasing all three of these Playism-published games on Nintendo Switch below alongside one focusing on TorqueL -Physics Modified Edition-. TorqueL -Physics Modified Edition- will release on Nintendo Switch February 14, with Kero Blaster and Croixleur Sigma coming to the system later this year.