‘Snake Pass’ And ‘The Jackbox Party Pack 3’: Adding Some Colors On Nintendo Switch

By Danny Smith , Updated Feb 03, 2017 06:35 PM EST
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Nintendo Switch's game lineup is getting more exciting prior to its launch date. Recently, two more games have found its way to the game console. Sumo Digital's "Snake Pass" and Jackbox Games' "The Jackbox Party Pack 3", have been added to the Nintendo Switch's list on its launching date on March 3, 2017.

"Snake Pass" is a unique puzzle game featuring a very unique snake physics where a snake acts as the protagonist. As Polygon stated, in order for the long and curling snake to climb its way up to the mountain, players are required to take control of it. The game increases the difficulty in every level because there will be obstacles along the way, making the game not an easy task to do.

According to mobilenapps, Jackbox Games confirmed that " The Jackbox Party Pack 3" will arrive on Nintendo Switch. "The Jackbox Party Pack 3" is a compilation of five fun and enjoyable party game, published by Jackbox Games. "The Jackbox Party Pack 3" contains five party game that players will surely enjoy on Nintendo Switch.

"The Jackbox Party Pack 3" party games includes "Quiplash 2", a random multiplayer quest which is a sequel of "Quiplash" in "The Jackbox Party Pack2". Included also are the four new games, namely "Guesspionage" an entertaining guessing game, "Trivia Murder Party" a deadly quiz game, "Tee K.O." a unique battle, and "Fakin" also a guessing game. Players can access five fun and enjoyable games with just a single title game.

The unique adventures on "Snake Pass" and the five party games of "The Jackbox Party Pack 3" will surely add more colors and excitement on Nintendo Switch after the console launches in March. Including the two games, a total of 36 game titles is coming on Nintendo Switch this 2017. That is a lot of numbers for players to get the game on the console.

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