Headphones at the ready! Award-winning rhythm platformer 140 and abstract twin-stick shooter THOTH are out now on Nintendo Switch!

Carlsen Games have today launched their critically acclaimed rhythm-based platformer 140, and their abstract twin-stick shooter/puzzler THOTH on Nintendo Switch! Get your headphones on to watch this new mashup trailer:

To celebrate this exciting double release, Nintendo Switch owners can take advantage of a fantastic introductory offer: purchasers of either 140 or THOTH can download the other title absolutely free until January 23rd.

Originally released on PC in 2013 and 2016 respectively, 140 and THOTH are both heading to the Nintendo Switch eShop with stellar reputations, and with Jeppe Carlsen, former lead gameplay designer at Playdead (LIMBO, INSIDE) leading the rhythm puzzle charge, you know you’re onto a winner. Read all about the two games that will be transforming your commutes from now on:

140

Winner of an Independent Games Festival award for ‘Excellence in Audio’ thanks to the exceptional talents of Jakob Schmid, 140 is a minimalistic, yet challenging rhythm-based platformer where players must use the entrancing electronic soundtrack to safely navigate obstacles in the game’s artfully abstract world. Additionally, the Nintendo Switch release will be the only console version to include extra content added to the game in 2017. With a 94% positive rating from over 1500 Steam user reviews, 140 is unmissable on Nintendo Switch. Check out the trailer here:

THOTH

Feel like your Nintendo Switch is lacking some brilliantly tough twin-stick shooters? THOTH is here to answer your call. Play alone with traditional twin-stick controls, or with a friend using a brand new control scheme built for single Joy-Con play, and experience this frenetic twin-stick shooter that will put your puzzle-solving skills and coordination to the test. An intensely unnerving soundtrack and minimalistic, yet beautiful visuals make THOTH a thrilling mix of art and arcade.

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