Undercoders have announced that their puzzle game Slabwell: The Quest For Kaktun’s Alpaca is available to play today, exclusively on the Nintendo Switch. Play either with a friend in Co-op or on your own in over 100 handcrafted levels to rack your brains over.

Slabwell: The Quest For Kaktun’s Alpaca can be purchased and downloaded via the Nintendo Switch eShop for $9.99 / €9.99.

You can check out the official announcement below:

The Quest for Kaktun’s Alpaca

Put your mind to test as you explore Kaktun’s pyramid, where you’ll find over 100 handcrafted levels full of traps, enigmas and a host of new mechanics with every step. Play solo or team up with a friend!

Somewhere deep in the Amazon jungle, lies the finest treasure mankind has ever crafted: The Jade Alpaca. Brother thief duo Sam and Jacky head off on an adventure to recover the mythical artifact, determined to solve the riddles and overcome the challenges that have kept it safe through centuries.

Features

  • A brothers tale: Follow the story of Sam and Jacky in their dream to become the world’s wealthiest thieves, as they face their worst fears in their hardest heist yet.
  • Co-op mode: Join forces with friends and family to solve custom cooperative levels, where communication will be your most valuable tool.
  • An engaging journey: Explore the wonders of a long lost temple, from its corridors reclaimed by nature to its majestic treasure chambers, accompanied by the game’s beautiful soundtrack.

Source: Undercoders PR

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