Puzzlers Type: Rider, Vandals And Homo Machina Out On Nintendo Switch This Month

Vandals Screenshot

ARTE has revealed plans to release three puzzlers on Nintendo Switch this month, in the critically-acclaimed Type:Rider, Vandals, and the more avant-garde Homo Machina.

Type:Rider
Developer: Cosmografik
Price: £3.19 / €3.49 / $2.99

Type:Rider is a 2D platform game that allows players to discover the history and secrets of fonts and characters. Players must guide two dots through the ages of typographic styles and techniques from rock paintings of prehistoric times to the fonts we use today. Type:Rider takes players through different levels, collecting letters of the alphabet and solving riddles in a captivating musical and visual environment.

Vandals
Developer: Cosmografik
Price: £4.09 / €4.49 / $3.99

Vandals is a turn-based puzzle game that lets players explore street art, create their own artwork, and evade the authorities. Along the way, players will discover the evolution of street art through the works of 40 real-life, iconic street artists, and learn how they have influenced urban culture in the iconic street art cities Paris, New York, Berlin, Tokyo, and Sao Paulo. The Switch version will introduce an exciting new feature, the ability to spray paint using the Joy-Con.

Homo Machina
Developer: Darjeeling
Price: £3.19 / €3.49 / $2.99

Homo Machina invites players to see inside the human body, as viewed through the unique aesthetic lens of the work of Fritz Kahn. Gameplay is straightforward and intuitive, the player instructing the on-screen staff to oversee the human body’s many and varied functions – from eating and breathing to controlling emotions and monitoring the nervous system. The game illustrates, with charismatic artwork and animation, poetic narration and uplifting music, the beauty of Kahn’s enduring imagery.

Type: Rider, Vandals, and Homo Machina will release on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide on April 25th.

Alex Seedhouse
After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.
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