3D ‘Catplatform’ Fighter Nyaaaanvy Coming to Switch

    Cute and fuzzy chaos ensues.

    Phoenixx and developer Team DigitalMind announced 3D ‘catplatform’ fighter Nyaaaanvy is coming to Nintendo Switch on February 22. The PC (Steam) version will be exiting Steam Early Access that same day. 

    Nyaaaanvy first launched on April 22, 2022 in Steam Early Access, and multiple updates have been released ever since. Nearly two years later, the game is coming to Nintendo Switch for the first time with English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Japanese language options. The Steam version will also get the Chinese language options when it exits Steam Early Access.

    Nyaaaanvy is a whacky adventure for those looking to engage in feline fisticuffs, and the cutest platform fighter we’ve ever seen,” said Team DigitalMind member RRR. “Fighters can get creative with their cat-like creations and spend nine lives worth of playtime perfecting their style in the ring.”

    Nyaaaanvy Announcement Trailer

    Lastly, here’s an overview of the game, via Phoenixx:

    Battle a clutter of cute, cat-like creatures known as Nyanvies. Flail their wiggly slinky-like bodies to attack fellow formidable felines, and rack up enough damage to send opponents careening off stage across a variety of wacky arenas. 

    Sling Nyanvy hind legs side-to-side for horizontal attacks, uppercut-butt kitties skyward with rising strikes, or pounce downward with descending blows. As damage percentage increases, so does knockback — combo contenders into a daze, and then send them flying into the unknown to remain the last kitty standing.

    Twist, curl, and jump around a variety of hairbrained locations like atop a moving bus, an apartment rooftop, an old-school jungle gym, and across moving conveyor belts. Dodge moving obstacles to avoid being whisked off-stage, and race towards randomly-spawning fish and tuna cans that boost health and attack power.

    Cat-stomize the purr-fect Nyanvy companion for their moment in the spotlight with dozens of different body patterns, eye colors, fur colors, ear and whisker types. Show off some cool-cat personality with fancy accessories like hair bows, mustaches, halos, top hats, eyepatches, and more. 

    Earn stripes in arcade mode, face an endless supply of enemies in survival mode, or engage in comical combat with up to four-player local multiplayer and six-player online skirmishes. Get a solo workout in training mode where curious kittens can get their kicks in practice areas before going paw-to-paw in rating matches. 

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected] | Muck Rack:

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