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Metroidvania Mable & The Wood Hits Switch Today

Hunt down massive beasts in this mini-Metroidvania

Vancouver and Sheffield, England – October 10, 2019 – It’s time to banish the darkness or become it, from the couch or on the go with the Nintendo Switch launch of Mable & the Wood. The Metroidvania title is now available for $14.99 USD on the NOA and NOE eShops, and to celebrate, Mable is available with a 10% launch discount until October 23rd.

In Mable players hunt down massive beasts and, upon destroying them, shapeshift into their form in order to use their power to save or destroy the world. Players with less violent intent can find secret paths to complete Mable without killing anything, including bosses. Unlike most Metroidvanias Mable does not allow players to run, jump and kill on their own. Instead, they must use non-human forms to attack creatures and traverse through difficult challenges.

The game’s key features include

Free Reign – Players are free to make decisions on how they play and what they slay.

Combat is Movement - Mable isn’t strong enough to lift her magical sword, so she must use it in unique ways to help move through the world. Players can use non-human forms to harm enemies for a limited time, but vanquishing creatures extends her power.

Hunt Great Beasts and Take Their Shape - Defeat the great beasts to take their abilities and transform into a giant mole, medusa, spider and more.

Explore a Dying World - A large and varied fantasy world, brought to life with state-of-the-art pixel technology and a beautiful original soundtrack.

Multiple Endings – Mable features different routes to take through the world and secrets to discover that provide players with multiple endings.

Mable & The Wood is also available on Xbox One and Steam (PC, Mac and Linux).

Mable & The Wood - more gameplay footage

Mable & The Wood is a Metroidvania where you can take the form of the bosses that you kill, changing how you're able to explore the interconnected world.

Mable & The Wood - more gameplay

Mable & The Wood is a Metroidvania where you can take the form of the bosses that you kill, changing how you're able to explore the interconnected world.

PR - Mable & The Wood From Graffiti Games and Triplevision Games to Release on Nintendo Switch October 10


Vancouver and Sheffield, England – September 9, 2019 – Long ago before the month became September, Mable & The Wood launched on Steam and now the Metroidvania game from Graffiti Games and Triplevision Games is coming to Xbox One on September 18 and the Nintendo Switch on October 10 for $14.99 USD.

In Mable players hunt down massive beasts and, upon destroying them, shapeshift into their form in order to use their power to save or destroy the world. Players with less violent intent can find secret paths to complete Mable without killing anything, including bosses. Unlike most Metroidvanias Mable does not allow players to run, jump and kill on their own. Instead, they must use non-human forms to attack creatures and traverse through difficult challenges.

The game’s key features include

Free Reign – Players are free to make decisions on how they play and what they slay.

Combat is Movement - Mable isn’t strong enough to lift her magical sword, so she must use it in unique ways to help move through the world. Players can use non-human forms to harm enemies for a limited time, but vanquishing creatures extends her power.

Hunt Great Beasts and Take Their Shape - Defeat the great beasts to take their abilities and transform into a giant mole, medusa, spider and more.

Explore a Dying World - A large and varied fantasy world, brought to life with state-of-the-art pixel technology and a beautiful original soundtrack.

Multiple Endings – Mable features different routes to take through the world and secrets to discover that provide players with multiple endings.

For more information regarding Mable & The Wood please visit the game’s Steam page, or Graffiti’s Twitter page.

Mable & The Wood will be releasing on Switch September 19th

An official eShop listing has been created for Mable & The Wood, finally giving us a release date for the Triplevision Games developed title. The game will launch on September 19th, 2019 for $14.99.

Check out the Mable & the Wood PC launch trailer

Good luck, Mable!

Mable and the Wood is out on PC as of today, but it's not on Switch just yet. The developer has said that the Switch release is planned to come out soon after the PC version. Hopefully we get a release date soon. For now, enjoy the new trailer!

Mable & the Wood gets a new trailer

How to get around

In Mable and Wood (Switch), Mable’s sword is too heavy for her, but how do you fight enemies if you can’t pick up your sword? How do you even get from point A to B?

This new tips video will show you just that and more. See some of the many forms Mable can take, and how to use them effectively to slice enemies to pieces and traverse through the game. Don’t just spend your time dragging around your sword; you have a prophecy to fulfill!

Graffiti Games and Triplevision Games To Launch Mable & The Wood on Switch This Summer

Kill or spare...the choice is yours

Vancouver and Sheffield, England – May 15, 2019 – Get ready to slay monsters and take their form as Graffiti Games and Triplevision Games announce that Metroidvania game Mable & The Wood will release on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Steam (PC) this summer. To celebrate the reveal of the console version, Triplevision has released a new trailer with new gameplay of the dangerous beasts that plague Mable.

In Mable players hunt down massive beasts and, upon destroying them, shapeshift into their forms in order to use their powers to save or destroy the world. Players with less violent intent can find secret paths to complete Mable without killing anything, including bosses. Unlike most Metroidvanias Mable does not allow players to run, jump and kill on their own. Instead, they must use non-human forms to attack creatures and traverse through difficult challenges.

Key Features Include

Free Reign – Players are free to make decisions on how they play and who they slay.

Combat is Movement - Mable isn’t strong enough to lift her magical sword, so she must use it in unique ways to help move through the world. Players can use non-human forms to harm enemies for a limited time, but vanquishing creatures extends her power.

Hunt Great Beasts and Take Their Shape - Defeat the great beasts to take their abilities and transform into a giant mole, medusa, spider and more.

Explore a Dying World - A large and varied fantasy world, brought to life with state-of-the-art pixel technology and a beautiful original soundtrack.

Multiple Endings – Mable features different routes to take through the world and secrets to discover that provide players with multiple endings.

“Mable is a game where players have free reign to make decisions on how they want to play the game,” said Andrew Stewart, Founder of Triplevision Games. “They can choose to kill everything, or they can play the entire game without killing anything, including bosses. Depending on the decisions made, players will encounter one of the multiple endings.”

For more information regarding Mable & The Wood please visit the game’s Steam page, or Graffiti’s Twitter page.

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