- Release Date
- 31st Jan 2019, $3.99
- 31st Jan 2019, £3.99
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Single-player available, too
A brand new co-op puzzle game called Bleep Bloop is soon to be released on Nintendo Switch and we've got a new trailer for you to check out above. The game sees the titular Bleep and Bloop helping each other to overcome the puzzling challenges in their way, using each other to successfully slide around each level...
A light-hearted and playful puzzle game about working together.
Play alone controlling both characters or share the experience with a friend. Bleep Bloop is extremely easy to learn, but that doesn't mean the puzzles will be a piece of cake.
- Enough levels to keep you entertained during a lazy Sunday, but not enough to make you wish the game had ended already.
- Beautiful soundtrack that makes getting stuck on a level a bit less painful.
- Perfect for single-player or two-player coop. Yelling at each other doesn't improve your puzzle-solving skills, but it's always fun.
- Features a small secret hidden somewhere. Go look for it.