Kero Blaster Is Heading To The Nintendo Switch

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Another indie is heading to the Nintendo Switch. Studio Pixel has confirmed Kero Blaster is being ported to the system. It will launch in Summer 2018. The tweet announcing the port does not mention which regions will get the game, however it has appeared on all platforms so far worldwide.

 

Kero Blaster plays similarly to Cave Story, with players following a frog who uses his peashooter to clean teleporters for Cat & Frog. In each stage, he is sent to a location that is infested and needs to clean it of the black creatures so its teleporters will work again.

 

Kero Blaster is available on the PlayStation 4, PC and Apple iOS devices worldwide.


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