Having released numerous, well received games for consoles in recent years – including Cyber Protocol, Clumsy Rush, Art Sqool, Little Mouse’s Encyclopedia and much more – indie publisher RedDeer.Games have […]
Having released numerous, well received games for consoles in recent years – including Cyber Protocol, Clumsy Rush, Art Sqool, Little Mouse’s Encyclopedia and much more – indie publisher RedDeer.Games have pulled off quite a coup with their latest news.
They’ve entered into an agreement with license holder IMPS to bring games based on The Smurfs to the Switch.
Many parents grew up watching the beloved Smurfs animated series in the 80s, though the characters have actually been around since their comic book debut in the 1950s.
In fact, the characters celebrate their 65th anniversary this year, making this announcement and the impending games very well timed indeed!
Though no details exist about what type of games we’re likely to see with the little blue characters, RedDeer.Games have a great track record with success in several genres; no doubt they’ll be applying their expertise to bring us some excellent titles regardless of what form they ultimately take.
With a new animated show also on the way, fans from different generations will surely be keen to get their hands on games featuring The Smurfs!
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