Hand-draw, abstract puzzler She Remembered Caterpillars, is set to land on Nintendo Switch on March 28, developer Ysbryd Games and Jumpsuit Entertainment has revealed.
After being nominated for Excellence in Visual art at the 2017 Independent Games Festival, Ysbryd Games is set to launch their puzzler on Switch this month. The game explores loss, grief, and relationships, as players attempt to aid a scientist on her experiments to save her father.
Featuring 40 puzzles, players will attempt to lead colored Gammies through matching gates, but as players progress things get increasingly difficult as more color-based mechanics are introduced into the game. This includes specific flora and bridges only passable by certain Gammies.
All of this is presented with a stunningly beautiful art style and accompanied by music from the composer of Deponia and Galaxy on Fire, She Remembered Caterpillars looks to be a fantastic little indie gem for the Switch.
Check out the game’s trailer below, and head to the game’s website for more info.