Octahedron is coming to Nintendo Switch on January 17th

Square Enix Collective is pleased to have another game joining its Nintendo Switch line-up as vibrant platformer Octahedron: Transfixed Edition launches on 17 January 2019.

Soon to be available on the go, Octahedron launched on Steam, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in March this year. A free demo for the game will be available on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch from December 28 and will be available for pre-purchase with a 25% discount (28th Dec – 16th Jan).

Watch the trailer here https://youtu.be/6j-ibQLgNwQ

Octahedron is a psychedelic neon action platformer in which the player defies gravity by pulling platforms from thin air, while surfing through its levels to a driving beat. The game’s soundtrack, a vibrant array of uplifting and atmospheric tunes, from chiptune trance over synthwave to progressive house, has been turning heads since its original release! It features music by Chipzel, André Sobota, Monomirror, and others. With subtly evolving rhythm elements, Octahedron encourages players to get into the flow of its hypnotizing beats.

Phil Elliott, director of Indie Publishing at Square Enix Ltd, was unavailable for a quote as he has been fully absorbed into the world of Veetragoul, and does not currently have a mouth because his head has been replaced by anOctahedron.

 

“I’m super excited to be bringing Octahedron to the Nintendo Switch! It is such an amazing fit for the platform. I spent a lot of extra time adding special content to this new edition of the game!” said Marco Guardia, creator of Octahedron.

Octahedron is already available on Steam for £9.99/$12.99/€12.99, on Xbox One for £9.99/$12.99/€12.99, andPlayStation 4 for £9.99/$12.99/€12.99.

The game will launch on Nintendo Switch on 17th of January 2019 for £9.99/$12.99/€12.99

Jim Smale

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