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BAFL: Brakes Are For Losers, Old School Musical & Splasher Are Coming To Switch

Gamescom 2017 is taking place next month, and game publisher Playdius has announced its lineup. Away: Journey to the Unexpected and Hover: Revolt of Gamers will be there, but it had been already announced that they would be coming to the Nintendo Switch. However, three other Playdius games that will be at Gamescom were also confirmed, along with the news that they, too, will be getting releases on the Switch.

BAFL: Brakes Are For Losers is a “top-down, single-screen racing game created as a tribute to good old games such as Super Sprint, Indy Heat or Super Off Road”. The game is developed by Oudidon and will release on the Nintendo Switch in Q3 of 2017. Here’s a trailer, if you want to see the game in action.

Old School Musical is a “retro rhythm game” with a soundtrack provided by “world-famous Chiptune artists”. News on the identity of the artists will be “announced soon”. La Moutarde is the developer of the game. Old School Musical releases on the Nintendo Switch in Q4 of 2017. Here’s another trailer, if you want to see what the game looks like.

The final Playdius game that will be joining the list of Switch games is Splasher. The game is a 2D Platformer, although the genre listed by Playdius in their press release is “Splatformer”. Splashteam develops the game, which will be arriving to Nintendo Switch in Q3 of 2017. Once again, we’ve included a trailer for the game below if you want to see what the game looks like.

Source: Playdius PR

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3 comments

  1. I’ll definitely be keeping my eye on Old School Musical since it’s gameplay is heavily inspired by the Hatsune Miku: Project Diva series.

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