Stretch Your Imagination with Super Putty Squad on Nintendo Switch This Month

Classic platforming action with the world’s most famous blob is a matter of weeks away as System 3 announces the first of six titles coming to Nintendo Switch

System 3, one of the UK’s leading independent developer/publishers, is delighted to announce the release of Super Putty Squad in November for Nintendo Switch, available from the Nintendo eShop and at retail worldwide.

Super Putty Squad sees the return of an unlikely hero, Putty, to the perfect platform, Nintendo Switch. With its specific form factor, gorgeous screen and immersive controls, Nintendo Switch is the ideal platform for Putty. If ever a console was designed for a game; Nintendo Switch and Super Putty Squad are the gameplayers dream and a compulsive combination.

Described by Mail Online as ‘incredibly addictive’, Super Putty Squad oozes quality through its unique design and quirky gameplay.

“Our partnership with Nintendo spans more than 30 years so we know its audience and the products that have impact among its fans. Super Putty Squad more than fits that bill, and is the first of six titles we’re delighted to be bringing to Nintendo Switch,” said Mark Cale, CEO, System 3. “Putty’s unique style, wit and design and intuitive gameplay are a perfect fit for Nintendo Switch. Ideal for playing at home or on the go, gamers will be delighted with Super Putty Squad’s flexibility.”

The critically acclaimed Putty Squad first made its way to gamers screens on the Amiga in 1992 and now our hero returns as part of System 3’s 35th year anniversary celebrations. Putty once again takes on a stirring quest to rescue his kidnapped friends in a reinvigorated and modern platform game that focuses on fun while losing none of its charming originality.

Super Putty Squad is released for Nintendo Switch in November 2017 at retail and online via the Nintendo eShop.

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