Today Glumberland announced at the latest Nintendo Indie World showcase that its creature collection and life sim, Ooblets, coming to Nintendo Switch this summer! This also marks when the game will leave Game Preview on Xbox and Early Access on the Epic Games Store.
Ooblets has grown tremendously since its Early Access release in Summer 2020, with new regions, ooblets, cultures, story content, and many quality of life updates already released for Early Access players. With its 1.0 release, whether players played during the early access period or waited patiently, the developers are excited for players to experience the full extent of Ooblets. Version 1.0 of Ooblets will include everything previously released as well as several new locations to visit, new quests, and the conclusion of the game’s main storyline.
On Ooblets on Nintendo Switch:
There are many new friends in Ooblets! Spend your days renovating your farm, raising quirky little pals, attending dance parties, designing your home, and helping the mayor save Badgetown!
Customize your character’s style with a variety of unique outfits and accessories
Grow otherworldly crops on your farm, craft treats and sell them around town
Build your own team of ooblets to compete in card-based dance battles, level up, and unlock new moves
Daily challenges, dance tournaments, townspeople quests and badges will keep you very busy
Give gifts and make friends with the slightly odd locals of Badgetown
Start with a rundown shack and turn it into a beautiful home with tons of decor and furniture options
Play a plethora of enjoyable mini-games
Run your own shop in town, sell items you’ve crafted and collected
Help the mayor save the town and unlock Oob’s secrets along the way
Get to know the townspeople and befriend them if you wish!
Explore a slew of areas, like the arcade-filled boardwalk in Port Forward, the spooky swamps of Nullwhere, and the frozen peaks of Tippytop
(and you can pet the ooblets)
To learn more about Ooblets, click here. Follow them on Twitter and TikTok. And get excited for Ooblets on Nintendo Switch.
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