Angry Alligator announced for Nintendo Switch

Lion Castle and GS2 Games have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Angry Alligator (developed by Backup Plan). As the title indicates, this game lets you play as an alligator, and your goal is rather simple: become the biggest and baddest gator in town. It will be released later this October at retail and on the Nintendo eShop, with Lion Castle on publishing duties, and GS2, MindScape, and Epicsoft distributing it in North America, Europe, and Asia respectively.

Here’s a trailer and some details for the game:

Angry Alligator lets players become a hungry alligator that is on its quest to eat all that moves, and more, in order to grow big and strong to face all challenges ahead. Lure birds, deers or even bears into your mighty jaws, or take it up against big bad boss beasts and pesky tourists. Nobody messes with your home! The fate of the swamp and all in, lies on your scaled shoulders.

Explore a colorful and massive open-world full of creatures to meet and eat, and enjoy all nature has to offer! At least, the parts those horrible hoomans haven’t polluted yet. Afraid this task is too much to ask for a tiny gobbler like yourself? Don’t worry. You’ll be guided by no other than the wisest of them all, Wisecroc, on your swampy path to gator greatness.

Angry Alligator (Switch) does not have a release date yet, but is slated for an October release in Europe and North America.


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