Fledgling Heroes Lands on Nintendo Switch 7 May

Fledgling Heroes is about to land on Nintendo Switch this May, bringing side scrolling adventure to owners of the hybrid handheld console.

Featuring tales of an avian variety, Fledgling Heroes features a flock of brave birds all set on their own tail of escape from dastardly pirate lizARRrds, dash through frozen forests, dive through sunken temples, and flap their way from fledglings to fully-fledged heroes! While this new release might not be narrative heavy but the scrolling experience is full of fun and challenges for players. With over 90 brightly colored and handcrafted levels, set in a gorgeous animated world, these birds come with 4 challenging game modes. You’ll conquer pirate ships, speed through rings in race levels, flap through endless runs, and go head to head with epic boss fights on the Nintendo platform.

“Switch seemed like the natural place to bring Fledgling Heroes. Growing up with Nintendo consoles, it was always a dream to one day make a game for one. We’ve dedicated a lot of time and care making sure the game meets the expectations the Nintendo audience has enjoyed from high-quality family titles.” – Brendan Watts, co-founder of developer Subtle Boom

Friendly Competition

That’s not all. When things get back to normal, you’ll be able to get together with friends and play local co-op too. The included level editor even allows gamers to show off their own creations and have their very own bespoke experience when they do eventually get some friends around and the boasts a whole heap of other feathers in its hat. Each bird can be customized, wacky colors, or recreate your favorite variations found in the wild and no matter how manic everything gets, Fledgling Heroes is designed to be child friendly so everyone can get involved.

This upcoming indie adventure is set to land on Nintendo Switch soon and once you’re finished being the pirate of your dreams, escape to freedom when the Fledgling Heroes lands on Nintendo Switch. Check out the trailer above or head over to the Nintendo eShop for $9.99 USD / £7.99 / €8.99. Pre-orders go live on 23rd April featuring a 15% discount ($8.49 USD / £6.79 / €7.59).

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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