Announced during Nintendo’s Indie Showcase this week, Loop Hero is finally making its way to the Nintendo Switch. It was originally released for PC at the start of the year, and quickly garnered tons of praise and critical acclaim as one of the best indie games we’ve seen in 2021 so far. Now that it’s been confirmed for the Switch, here are three reasons why we think it’d be a great fit for Nintendo’s hybrid console.
Loops Are Around the Length of a Commute
When the game first released, there was no way to save and quit in the middle of an expedition. However, the developers have since pushed out an update that allows you to suspend the game during an expedition, making it a great pick up and play experience.
Sure, you could always just put the Switch to sleep, but the suspend feature is great if you need to quit out of the game entirely.
In addition to that, a single loop in an expedition can take around eight to 10 minutes, especially as you put down more cards and tiles. This makes Loop Hero a great game to play around in for a bit when you’re on your commute, and you can pick up where you left off anytime you want.
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