Selma and The wisp initially released on Steam for PC, Mac, and Linux with some warm reception. The game is a side-scrolling indie platformer that uses low-poly graphics, some unique riddles and offers some good gameplay that can definitely play out a lot better if you are playing the game on a handheld console like the Switch.
Selma and the Wisp – Worth checking out
The original game was created by a Polish studio named Toucan Studio. The port for the Nintendo Switch is being handled and published by Ultimate S.A Games.
The game has players use their environment and logic as you guide the game’s namesake, Selma, through a nightmare filled the world. You take on the role of the wisp and have to help use your light to keep her happy. If you drift too far from her, she will quickly lose health.
If you are a fan of platformers games with some great puzzles in the mix, this is a great game to play on the Switch to play when you’re on the move.
Selma and The Wisp Nintendo Switch Screenshots
Selma and The Wisp Screenshots
The game will be released on the Nintendo eShop on May 31st, and if you want to support a good indie platformer, we recommend giving this game a go. The Nintendo Switch eShop has shown to be a great home for a lot of good indie games, with Selma and The Wisp joining the library of indie games for the shop.
Stay tuned for more news as we are going to giveaway 2 keys for the game for the North America eShop. Stay tuned to our site for details on the giveaway and how to enter it! We are also working on our review for the game to let you know how the game fares.
Let us know in the comments section if you look forward to trying the game out.