Publisher PID Games will be bringing Tomo Camp’s 2D puzzle-platformer Pompom to the Switch at some point this year.
This “tribute” to SNES classics and the 16-bit era, in general, is a bit different from your regular platformer – instead of actually controlling the character (in this case, Pompom the hamster), you have to control “everything else”.
According to the Steam listing, your task (as the player) is to lay down bricks, springs, cannons, umbrellas, use whips, alter levels and do whatever else it takes to guide Pompom to safety across eight worlds and defeat the evil Captain Cat.
A demo is also available on PC via Steam. Does this look like your kind of game? Comment down below.