Another World

Another World (Switch eShop)


Switch eShop
Eric Chahi


Game Rating

User Ratings: 18

Our Review: 8/10


Number of Players
Single Player
Action, Adventure, Platformer
Release Date

Switch eShop

  • US 9th Jul 2018, $9.99
  • EU 9th Jul 2018, £8.99
Another World
Also Available On
SNES, PS3, PS4, PS Vita

Screenshots (6)

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  • Review Another World (Switch eShop)

    Another Mike Aruba

    Éric Chahi's 1991 Commodore Amiga masterpiece has been ported to every system that could possibly run the game. After the 20th Anniversary Edition made the successful jump to both Wii U and 3DS, Lester has now been conveniently teleported onto the Switch. But is this Another World too far? It could happen to any genius...

About The Game

Dive into an adventure game that has become a cult classic.

With ground-breaking graphics and narrative for its time, Another World still offers a superb gaming experience in a deep and unique science-fiction universe. More than twenty-five years after its original release, Eric Chahi's masterpiece is still considered a classic adventure game and continues to inspire the biggest names in video games.

Another World tells the extraordinary story of scientist Lester Knight Chaykin, accidentally transported to another world while working on a particle accelerator. Lost on a strange planet, with no clue as to how to extricate himself, Lester must survive in a hostile environment, take on dangerous natives and solve puzzles that are as unique for the genre as they are creative. And it is there that he also learns the true meaning of friendship.

In a unique setting, help Lester survive and discover:

  • An extraordinary science-fiction universe
  • A gripping story and adventure
  • Remastered graphics and music
  • The possibility of choosing between the original graphics and modern HD graphics
  • 3 difficulty modes: Normal (easier than the original), Difficult (similar to the original) and Hardcore (more difficult than the original)