Daily news (May 4): Croteam (Serious Sam, The Talos Principle) on Nintendo Switch / Shakedown Hawaii

Today’s Daily news: Croteam seemingly working on Nintendo Switch projects, but also…

  • Shakedown Hawaii
  • Undead’s Building
  • Tool Assisted Speedrun

Croteam on Nintendo Switch

In an interview with WCCFTech, Alen Ladavac (CTO) and Daniel Lucic (Marketing Manager) from Croteam (developers of the Serious Sam series and The Tales Principle) revealed that they are currently working on porting their Serious Engine to the Nintendo Switch.

Here’s what they said:

How is the engine working with the console platforms at the moment?

AL: Really good. We are happy with that. Yeah. It’s become very streamlined to just ship one of our games on Xbox One or PS4 or Nintendo Switch. […]

So then the engine is working well with the Nintendo Switch?

AL: We are working on porting for the Nintendo Switch. I’m not sure what’s the current status and what we can share about that.
DL: We won’t share much, but it works.

And when asked whether we could expect to see The Talos Principle of Nintendo Switch, Daniel Lucic simply answered “Likely.”.

Based on this, it’s probably safe to expect some Croteam games to pop up on Nintendo Switch in the future!

Source: WCCFTech
Thanks plebc for the heads up!

Shakedown Hawaii

Here’s the latest soundtrack sample for Shakedown Hawaii, with the Finger on the Pulse track:

And here’s another screenshot for the game:

Finally, here’s the latest video clip for it:

Shakedown Hawaii (Switch – eShop) comes out on May 7th in Europe and North America, with the Nintendo 3DS version following shortly after.

Source: Vblank Entertainment (Twitter)

Undead’s Building

Here’s yet another screenshot for the upcoming additional stage for Undead’s Building:

Source: Double Drive (Twitter)

Tool Assisted Speedrun

Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun video for Nintendo platforms:

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