Nuts, The purpose of this game is to keep you staring at the squirrels until they become bad, and finally released a date on PC and Switch.
The game is scheduled to be first released on Apple Arcade on January 22, and then land on PC and Switch on February 4.
“Pack up the caravan, turn on the GPS, unfold the map, and then drive to the depths of Melmoth Forest,” read the summary of the game on the Nuts website. “As a researcher in the rookie field, you will place a camera during the day, watch the lens at night, and track the movement of a circle of squirrels.
“Where do they hide the nuts? What puzzling route do they take? Why are they acting so strange?” If we say that this is not one of the best concepts we have seen in a long time, we will lie.
In addition, the artistic style and audio are also eye-catching-sticking to this bold scheme is an impressive choice, and the results are of course shocking.
The game will be published by Noodlecake and developed by the “closely linked independent team” of Joon Van Hove, Pol Clarissou, Almut “Muutsch” Schwacke, Charlene Putney and Torfi Ásgeirsson in the Canadian office. , Iceland, Denmark and Germany.
Before its release, the game attracted a lot of attention: it ranked first in the 2020 IndieCade audio design category, was shortlisted for the 2020 Amaze Berlin (Amaze Berlin), and was selected on the 2019 Development Day and EGX Leftfield Collection. It is also in 2019.
Nuts will land on Nintendo Switch and Steam on February 4, and will provide you with a discount of $19.99/$19.99/£17.99 with a 15% activation discount.