Have you ever wanted to try to run your own game studio on the go from your Nintendo Switch? Now you can make it a management classic Game Dev Tycoon Today is over on the Nintendo Switch! Along with this new release, Greenheart Games A new cross-save feature is being added, so you can now import your PC or mobile save file into the switch and vice versa.
After fascinating two million players on PC and mobile, Game Dev Tycoon Now lets you begin your developer journey on your Nintendo Switch: from your garage in the 80s, building and maintaining your team, researching new technologies and game styles, and finally making your studio a household name.
The Nintendo Switch is an amazingly innovative console with a diverse gamer audience and it is an honor to release Game Dev Tycoon on it. We took our time, but the game now feels at home, making full use of the touch screen and joy-con controllers.
Although the cross-save feature is designed to allow players to continue their game wherever they like, we are already seeing some creative uses of this feature for players to play through the game by collaborating by sending save codes to each other and taking turns. I can’t wait to see how it develops.
Patrick Klug, co-founder of Greenhart Games
Game Dev Tycoon Now available in eShop: https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/game-dev-tycoon-switch/
- Start a solo studio in the 80s and grow it into a world-renowned development team
- Create your own games, mixing-and-matching styles, themes and platforms
- Hire, manage and promote your development team (but beware of the crunch!)
- Open your own R&D lab and become an industry leader
- Import your savings from PC and mobile to continue your journey to Game Dev Stardom
- Play as you wish: The new switch interface supports both Touch and Joy-Con gameplay!
Game About Dev Tycoon
Game Dev Tycoon, the first simulation game to be available on the Windows Store in 2012, was ported to PC, Mac and Linux next year, as well as ported to iOS and Android in 2017 and 2018, and now has over two million players. The game has attracted worldwide attention for its piracy experiment: the players who stole Game Dev Tycoon quickly went bankrupt due to piracy rates and demanded DRM and other piracy measures to be included in the gameplay.
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