Ysbryd Games and Jumpsuit Entertainment have announced that their game She Remembered Caterpillars is coming to the Nintendo Switch. The handrawn, abstract puzzle game will release on Switch on March 28th, 2019.
We have a trailer for the game as well as the official Press Release below.
She Remembered Caterpillars Inches onto Nintendo Switch March 28KASSEL, Germany – March 5, 2019 – She Remembered Caterpillars, the dreamlike, abstract puzzler exploring love and loss with painstakingly hand-drawn art from Ysbryd Games and Jumpsuit Entertainment, will launch on Nintendo Switch on March 28, 2019.She Remembered Caterpillars, a nominee in the 2017 Independent Games Festival for Excellence in Visual Art, is a somber experience set in a beautiful world. Explore fractured relationships, loss and grief in a scientist’s experiment to save her father. Chapter by chapter, discover the intricacies of this strange dreamscape filled with adorable little creatures called Gammies, while eavesdropping on her heartbreaking tale.Solve 40 brain-teasing puzzles by leading the charming Gammies, each with a distinct color, through matching gates and to their goals. Difficulty builds in every act with challenging new color-based mechanics ingrained in the living architecture of the world, including bridges and flora that can only be passed by Gammies of certain hues. Designed with accessibility in mind, each Gammie color is associated with a shape so that colorblind players can also enjoy the fun.Haunting tunes from the composer of Deponia and Galaxy on Fire complement this illusory world. She Remembered Caterpillars provides a relaxing environment through its ethereal aesthetic combined with sounds that soothe the soul and intuitive puzzle designs.“Our writer, Cassandra Khaw, drew from her personal experience to craft a narrative that really touches the heart,” said Daniel Goffin, CEO of Jumpsuit Entertainment. “We’ve woven a tale through our puzzles that examines bereavement and the devastating aftermath of losing someone close to you.”
This post was written by Mike Scorpio