Gameplay screenshot of Puzzle Puppers on an Android phone

Puzzle Puppers Bounding onto Nintendo Switch on February 20th

Australian-based indie games development studio Cardboard Keep took a break from their dog-walking duties yesterday to announce that their puzzle and strategy game Puzzle Puppers, currently available on mobile (both Android and iOS) and PC (Windows, Mac and Linux – via Steam) platforms, will be arriving on the Nintendo Switch eShop on February 20th.

This quirky doggo-based game involves stretching some very good bois into long bois, and requires the player to overcome a variety of obstacles in order to guide said good bois to their ultimate goal: a well-stocked food bowl. Such obstacles include rabbit holes, rivers and the elongated bodies of other doggos, so it’s a true challenge to collect all of the bonus hams and make sure every doggo reaches their bowl safely.

Featuring 80 different challenge levels of varying difficulties and complexities, Puzzle Puppers is sure to be a game suitable for both players of all ages, and players of all skill levels and abilities. However, it is probably worth noting that the puzzles themselves are exactly the same no matter which platform you pick the game up on, so bear that in mind when choosing which version works best for you.

Updates to the game on Windows, macOS and Linux will also be available to tie in with Puzzle Puppers‘ release on the Nintendo Switch, most notably new localisations and language support for those who read and/or speak to their puppers in Simplified Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian or Spanish.

Puzzle Puppers will reportedly cost $4.99 (USD) in the United States, €4.99 (EUR) in Europe and £3.99 (GDP) in the United Kingdom [source], though these prices have not yet been publicly confirmed. More information about the game can be found on the official Puzzle Puppers website, and you can check out the official Nintendo Switch release trailer for the game over on YouTube.

Will you be checking out Puzzle Puppers when it bounds onto the Nintendo Switch eShop at the end of the month? Be sure to let us know in the comments, and follow us here at PixelTome over on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in order to stay up-to-date with all the latest news about Cardboard Keep’s canine adventure.

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