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Troll and I

Troll and I now available on Nintendo Switch!

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Troll and I now available on Nintendo Switch!

Today, Maximum Games announced Troll and I, the mythical adventure that explores the unlikely friendship between beast and boy, is now available on Nintendo Switch.

Troll and I invites players on an exciting journey with the game’s two main heroes: the nimble, adventurous Otto and the powerful, elusive Troll. With the ability to play solo – switching between characters seamlessly – or with a friend in local spit-screen co-op, players must guide both Otto and Troll through the majestic mountains and lush forests of Scandinavia as they struggle to stay alive.

The game was previously released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in March of this year. Those versions received a major patch on July 21st implementing the following improvements, which are also present in the Nintendo Switch version: addition of a mini-map, additional checkpoints, Easy, Normal and Hard difficulty settings, increased crafting speed, new tutorials, additional text hints, increased resources for crafting and survivability, and overall balance improvements.

Check out the Trailer:

Deep in the Nordic wilderness, a teenage boy named Otto is forced to flee his home after a band of brutal hunters rip through his village in search of a mythical creature rumored to inhabit the forest. Now on the run for his life, Otto inadvertently finds and befriends the elusive creature being sought by the hunters. Thus begins the perilous adventure of Troll and Otto.

Together, the unlikely friends embark on a journey through treacherous territory plagued with rivals. Natives to the forest, Troll and Otto must use their inherent skills to sneak, strategize, and battle their way back home. The forest is filled with unknowns, and teamwork is pivotal to staying alive.

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