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Teslagrad Is Out Now On Switch

BERGEN, Norway, December 7, 2017 - Today is the day! Teslagrad, the indie hit that sold more than 1.6 million copies on PC and console, has landed on a new platform: Nintendo Switch. The title is now available worldwide on the eShop, with a MSRP of 14.99 $/€/£. Remember that we have review keys available: feel free to reply to this mail and request yours.

Set in a steampunk-inspired vision of old Europe, lose yourself in Teslagrad’s non-linear world of over 100 beautiful hand-drawn environments and challenging levels. Teslagrad has been praised by fans and critics alike for its beautiful art style, its clever silent storytelling and challenging gameplay. The title has also been nominated for two Nordic Game awards, including Best Game of the Year, and a Unity Award nomination for Best 2D Visuals.

Teslagrad is also available on PC, PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Wii U and Xbox One. The Wii U version, released in 2014, was the most profitable console version, as CEO Peter Meldahl revealed in an interview on Gamasutra.

Features

Complex puzzles! Put your sense of logic to the test and cleverly manipulate the world around you using electricity and magnetism.

Explore! Make your way through rich 2D hand-drawn surroundings as you journey into - and beyond- Tesla Tower, picking up use amazing new items as you go.

Visual storytelling! Tired of all those words in your video games? Have no fear, Teslagrad features not a single snippet of text or squeak of dialogue. Everything is purely visual, and the entire story is told through what you see (and sometimes what you don't see).

Steampunk powered! Discover a dystopic and mind-blowing rainy-and-brainy setting, presenting a steampunk vision of an old Europe-inspired new world.

No disruptions! That means no loading screens, no GUI, no cutscenes. Just the game and you.

Mesmerizing soundtrack! Awesome mix of classical orchestra, with a touch of Russian inspiration and a myriad of metal bits and electrical stuff.

Categories: Press Releases, Consoles
Tags: eshop, wii-u, switch

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