Centro Entertainment has announced the launch date of their previously announced Switch port of Button Button Up!.
Developed by Centrosphere Games, Button Button Up! is a platformer where players take control of colorful living buttons, and must use their unique abilities to navigate puzzles and hazards. The game supports single-player and up to 4-player co-op modes. Button Button Up! for Switch will launch on September 26th via the eshop.
Check out the trailer below, along with some screenshots and additional details:
CIRCLE Entertainment is delighted to confirm that Button Button Up!, developed by Centrosphere Games, is coming to the Nintendo Switch eShop on 26th September. The colourful and creative platformer will cost $10.79USD / €10,79 for the first week, before going to a standard price of $11.99USD / €11,99.
Button Button Up! is a platforming adventure game that combines single player, co-op and competitive battle modes. You’ll also realise that buttons have some unique and clever abilities to help you through each challenge!
There are lots of useful skills to solve puzzles and clear hazards, like sewing buttons in the air to lock into a platform, kicking other buttons for vital momentum, and blocking dangerous lasers of the same color as yourself. Button Button Up! will test your reflexes and puzzles solving skills!
In the solo campaign you tackle four chapters, each introducing a new character and a unique challenge. Checkpoints make any failures easy to handle, and when you gather materials you’re able to purchase collectables and cool customisations for your characters.
The co-op campaign includes unique levels specially designed for two players, but you can tackle them solo for an extra challenge. Play with one Joy-Con™ each so that you can play with a friend at any time, working together to get through tricky stages.
Finally, you can head into the VS mode for some fun battles with up to 4 local players. Stand your ground in Base battles or try to be the last standing in Survival as Buttons go head to head!
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