Well, here’s some news that will likely bring back some childhood memories for many people around the globe. Humongous Entertainment has announced it’ll be bringing its classic point-and-click adventures Putt-Putt Travels Through Time and Freddi Fish 3: The Case of the Stolen Conch Shell to the Nintendo Switch.
Both games will be released in America and Europe on the Switch eShop on 3rd January 2022. In Japan and Asia they’ll show up on 6th January. Putt-Putt’s outing was first released in 1997 and Freddi Fish 3 came out in 1998. Here’s a look at the Switch trailers along with a description via Steam:
Mr. Firebird’s time machine has gone haywire and Putt-Putt’s® best pal Pep, is lost somewhere in time. Grab your compass! Putt-Putt® needs your child’s help to find him. Together, they’ll leap through time, explore new dimensions and discover surprising new friends. Meet Ms. Brachiosaurus – she holds the key to unlocking the secrets of the dinosaurs. See what pans out when you visit Silverado Sam, the prospector from the Old West. Be sure to check out Darien the librarian from the Future – he just may have the book you need. These are just a few of the delightful friends who will help your child reunite our pals. It’s an adventure-of-the-centuries that will keep kids coming back time and time again!
All is well on their tropical vacation, until our finny friends realize the Great Conch Shell is missing! Uncle Blenny can’t open the Founder’s Day Festival until the heralded horn has been recovered! Your child will join Freddi Fish and Luther as they explore ancient ruins, play games at a fun-filled carnival and even discover a sunken airplane while looking for clues and finding adventure. Rosy Pearl, Pierre the Tailor and Nadine the Narwhal are just a few of the fun new friends they’ll meet as they follow Old Snoggy’s sniffer through this tropical paradise. In the end, it’s up to your child to piece the clues together and figure out who’s responsible for this underwater caper!
Will you be trying these out when they land on Switch? Any fond memories of either of these games? Comment down below.