Nintendo releases co-op action game The Stretchers for Switch in Japan

Joanna Estrada
November 9, 2019

Update: The game is now available in Europe, too (which has brought with it new info and screenshots)! You can download it now for £17.99.

Little Nightmares developer Tarsier Studios and Nintendo have surprise released a new comedic co-op puzzle game called The Stretchers.

In this way you will be able to guide your ambulance to where it is needed, striving to reach your patients: you will have to break through walls, soar into the sky and even face dangers of every kind to try to get the better of adversity.

The gameplay is broken up into two components and looks like a combination of Sega's Crazy Taxi series and the upcoming release Moving Out. With serious Two Point Hospital vibes, you and a friend can team up to get stuck into the zany adventure by driving to the scene to rescue the poor folks in your ambulance.

Players take on the role of a two-person rescue team called "The Stretchers", and must respond to rescue calls from around the island to rescue the lightheaded islanders.

The sport could be performed with one Pleasure-Con, permitting household and pals to play collectively by way of two-player co-op. Moreover, a single participant can management each of the rescue group members. However, it does reportedly support English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, and Chinese, so if you're not willing to wait, you can always drop the 2,000 yen (about $25 AUD) on it on the Japanese eShop.

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