Introducing Filament for Nintendo Switch

If you’re like me and love a good puzzle game then you might want to check out Filament! The critically acclaimed game which was released earlier this year on PC is making it’s way to Nintendo Switch on 8th October 2020.

Now you might be wondering what Filament actually is?

Well, you are aboard the abandoned Alabaster spaceship and your new mission is to discover what happened to the crew. To help figure out the mystery, you will have to undertake some challenging cable-based conundrums to help piece together what actually happened.

There’s just a mysterious voice and the ship’s pilot Juniper to help you along with the way, however, the truth is out there somewhere. With each and every puzzle you will find a complex and addictive challenge that will push you to the limit but you will do anything to help find The Alabaster Crew and return home!

Take a closer look at the pictures below at some of the puzzles you will encounter and also a look at The Alabaster

After watching the trailer and reading more about the game, I honestly can’t wait to take a look at the game myself. I’m always on the lookout for new puzzle games to try but also those that the genre to a new level and new direction. Filament will definitely be a game that will challenge me and push me to the limit!

Filament is released on Nintendo Switch worldwide on 8th October 2020 on the Nintendo eShop for £14.99/$16.99/€16.99.

More Information

Developer: Beard Envy

Publisher: KalypsoMediaGroup

Supported Languages: English, French, German, Russian, and Chinese

Supported Modes: TV Mode, Handheld Mode & Tabletop Mode.

*This post is in collaboration with Kasedo Games*

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