Despite reports to the contrary, There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension is not only a video game but a pretty good video game, at that. And, as is always the case with pretty good video games, it’s good news that it’s now available on an additional platform: the Nintendo Switch.
Tongue-in-cheek to the core, developer Draw Me A Pixel has this to say about the key features to be found in There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension.
A Point&Click comedy adventure.
Incredible 3D graphics that are flat. Completely flat. And very pixelated.
Almost fully voiced. (May contain traces of foreign accents here and there.)
Solve riddles that require you to think “Outside the box”.
Hint system included because you can’t think “Outside the box”…
Shorter than an MMORPG, which leaves you plenty of time to finish some REAL good games.
Discover the Top 10 best walls. The fourth one will surprise you!
Motion sickness free, which is pretty remarkable for a non-VR experience.
Contains tons of bugs… but it’s supposed to be like that.
And lots of other surprises!
With overwhelmingly positive Steam user reviews and a premise that’s as unique as it is absurd, There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension is a welcome addition to the Switch eShop, especially when it’s only $12.99. And if you’re like me and you keep forgetting to cash in on those sweet Nintendo Gold Points, maybe it’ll be downright free.