Inconspicuous Creations is pleased to announce that its jazzy puzzler about a worm shuffling its way through a series of mazes, Worm Jazz, is coming on September 21st to the eShop for Nintendo Switch and Steam for PC. Can you dig it?
Worm Jazz is a unique, wriggly puzzle game that combines the elongating body mechanic of Snake with the explosion-heavy demolition of Bomberman. You take control of Mr. Mark, an earthworm with a taste of smooth jazz and dapper headwear. Writhe your way through the many intricate, mind-bending mazes filled with mines, wormholes, and powerups! Shrink when you blow yourself up and expand when you scarf down some chow. Are you able to gobble up all the food on each stage to reach the highly coveted golden apple?
Worm Jazz appeals to every type of player: from puzzle aficionados who will enjoy unearthing the path through the labyrinthine levels, to the completionists who will attempt to gobble all the food in each stage; while casual players will enjoy the challenge of progressing through the 50+ stages. The open world overworld structure allows players to prioritise which tasks to tackle first, with wormholes and boulders popping up as new environments become available. With no timer, Worm Jazz can be played at your own pace and every move can be undone. This laid back atmosphere is complemented by a swanky soundtrack composed by jazz maestro Oliver Getz, who painstakingly put together loops of calming, upbeat tunes to chill out to. Worm Jazz can at times confound challengers, so this smooth soundtrack offers the chilled vibe needed to master the maze.
I’m looking forward to hearing what people think of Worm Jazz when it makes its debut this September. It’s our first-ever title on PC and Switch. Hopefully, people will resonate with the unique mix of mechanics, smooth jazz, puzzles and a stylish, hat-wearing worm as the protagonist.Inconspicuous Creations founder and developer Yu He.
Launching on the eShop for Nintendo Switch this summer Worm Jazz will be available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Norwegian (Bokmål), Norwegian (Nynorsk), Russian, Polish, Arabic, Simplified Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
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