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    The Mystery of Woolley Mountain Coming to Switch This Spring.

    Indie developer, the Lightfoot Brothers has announced that their upcoming otherworldly adventure game, The Mystery of Woolley Mountain is coming to Nintendo Switch on this April 10th, 2019.

    The Mystery of Woolly Mountain promises to give players the taste of strange beasts, evil witches, wacky ropemen and confused automatons all with the blessing of Ron Gilbert. He is a legend of the genre and also endorsed the game’s successful Kickstarter campaign.

    The Mystery of Woolley Mountain is a point and click adventure which is inspired by Monkey Island, Day of The Tentacle and The Trap Door. Players will be joined by a crew of time travelling scientists with a quest to save a group of children from the wicked witch who took the children captive on the mysterious island of Woolley Island.

    Lead developer James Lightfoot said: “Woolley Mountain encapsulates everything about us, everything that we embody and love – humour, art, adventure, music, cartoons, other worlds, camaraderie, puzzles and time travel.”

    “We really hope we’ve created a world that you want to exist and play in over and over again.”

    Key features

    • Colourful world: A fantastical sprawling universe, populated by beasts, witches, automatons, ropemen and other strange and wonderful beings.
    • Family content and all-ages humour: No swearing… well, maybe the word ‘darn’ on occasion!
    • Striking 2D graphics: Adventure Time meets the Simpsons in Wooley Mountain’s lovingly crafted art style.

    The Mystery of Woolley Mountain will available on April 10th at Nintendo eShop. for USD 12.99 (approx MYR 54).
    The game is also available for PC and Mac (via Steam).

     

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