Traxmaster Software has revealed its debut game Exception, a platformer that will be launching on Nintendo Switch this summer.

The game is set inside an elderly woman's computer which has been overrun by a deadly virus, leaving you to run, jump and fight your way through a variety of platforming levels to rid the problem. There's a neat little twist in play here, though; as you'll see in the trailer above, the levels rotate and move around you, opening up new paths to take and interesting gameplay mechanics.

We've got the game's official description for you below:

An old woman’s computer has been taken over by ‘Titan’, a totalitarian virus set to destroy the operating system. Players take on the role of a hero who must vanquish the malicious invader that is crippling the system before it crashes. Using easy controls, traverse through timed byte-sized levels, overcome various obstacles and enemies as quickly as possible to secure a place on one of the online leaderboards catered to different playstyles.

Whether the player chooses an evasion tactic or straight up combat, Exception’s classic platforming experience features an innovative level shifting mechanic, which spices up the gameplay and reveals secret pathways and collectables. Combining two-dimensional action with a three-dimensional world, Exception offers a fresh take on the classic platforming experience.

We don't have an exact release date for this one just yet, but we're told that it'll be coming "soon".

Do you like the look of it? Do you think it has the potential to be a great addition to the Switch's platforming library? Tell us below.