October 19, 2017

Locally made Putty Pals comes to Switch today

Putty Pals might not be a game you know about, or the studio behind it, but Harmonious Games have released it previously on Steam and now its on Switch.

Players control two little balls of colourful putty who have been carried far from home by a terrible storm. To get back home, they will need to bounce across obstacles, link hands to swing across chasms, and cooperatively trampoline each other to new heights. Along the way they will explore a cute and whimsical world of vibrant colors and tricky hazards, including explosive Mount Puttuvius and frozen Puttarctica.

Creative director Laura Voss said: “We’re so excited about this release. Harmonious is still a very new studio, and to get the chance to make our console debut so soon is a dream come true. We feel like our values really line up with the things people associate with the Nintendo brand: colour and fun, family-friendliness, socialising and cooperation. Basically it’s a match made in heaven.”

Studio director Joe Park added: “It’s incredibly validating to have one of the world’s great video game companies look at our work and say yes, this is a product we want to be associated with. We always believed in Putty Pals, of course, and the feedback we’ve received from players of the PC version has been overwhelmingly positive, but this is a whole new level and we’re super excited.”

The game is very reliant on two players, so be sure to have someone with you, that you trust on your adventure.

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