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New Super Lucky’s Tale for Switch Handheld Gameplay Revealed

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Playful Studio has published a new gameplay video of New Super Lucky’s Tale for Nintendo Switch, this time showing the game in the portable mode of the console, being able to see directly how it looks on your screen. It is a 3D platform that was launched in 2017 for Xbox One and PC, and that now comes to the Nintendo console with some new features.

In this version for Nintendo Switch, virtually all levels have been redesigned, there are new puzzles, new enemies and completely new mini-games, among many other things. It is a very simple platform for all audiences but at the same time very entertaining.

Announced during E3 2019, it is a reimagining of the Super Lucky’s Tale platform adventure. The camera can be rotated, the level of progress is improved, new stories of cinematics, changes in art, sound, music and more.

Super Lucky’s Tale will release in digital format through the eShop on November 8, with a price of 39.99 euros.

Check the overview of the game below via Steam:


Super Lucky’s Tale is a delightful, playground platformer for all ages that follows Lucky, the ever-optimistic, energetic, and lovable hero, on his quest to find his inner strength and help his sister rescue the Book of Ages from Jinx. Jinx is the scheming and mysterious villain trying to reshape the world, but for what reason?

Along the way, encounter a hilarious supporting cast of friends and adversaries. Lucky must confront the nefarious Kitty Litter, Jinx’s mischievous kids – self-taught villains who might not be getting Jinx’s plans quite right. Lucky meets friends and allies along the way too. He meets misplaced Yetis, Kookie Spookies, a village of farming worms, and other colorful friends inhabiting the Book of Ages.

Test your skills with puzzles and nerve-wracking obstacle courses. Explore hidden secrets of new worlds with Lucky’s signature burrow move. Dive into unpredictable foxholes, or try devilish side scrolling challenge levels to unlock additional rewards.

Head back to the era of classic platformers with challenges players of all skill levels and all ages can enjoy.

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