Number of Players
1 (Single Player)
Release Date

Switch eShop

  • US 8th Mar 2018, $4.99
  • EU 8th Mar 2018, £4.99


  • Review Midnight Deluxe (Switch eShop)

    Driving at something different

    Midnight Deluxe is a swift follow-up to last year's slight Switch eShop platformer, 36 Fragments Of Midnight. While it looks nigh-on identical, however, it's actually a very different game indeed. If 36 Fragments of Midnight was a fairly traditional bite-sized 2D platformer, Midnight Deluxe has more in common with the...

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Midnight Deluxe News

  • Nintendo Download 8th March (North America)

    Every new game and piece of DLC hitting the NA eShops

    Thursday has rolled around again, bringing with it not just the Nintendo Download updates for the eShops in the West, but also a brand new Nintendo Direct. Talk about a stacked day of Nintendo goodness. So to get you in the mood for all the announcements and reveals to come (or to help you relax...

  • News Fling Cubes Like Golf Balls As Midnight Deluxe Hits Switch On 8th March

    A hole in one

    Golf-like platformer Midnight has been out on PC since January 2016, but with many an update and a slew of new content, developer Petite Games has decided to bring a retooled version - known as Midnight Deluxe, no less - to Nintendo Switch. And, best of all, it's due out next week on 8th March. With its Limbo-esque shadowy art style,...

About The Game

Use your controller or touch screen controls to launch Midnight into the night sky, but watch out! The world of Midnight is a dangerous one thanks to the likes of spikes, circular saws and plenty of other dangerous objects. And even if you do manage to get Midnight into the safe zone to advance to the next level, there’s the added challenge of trying to complete each level in the least amount of shots as possible to get all three Stars.

  • 70 engaging levels that get progressively harder
  • Enhanced graphics that are even greater than those seen in 36 Fragments of Midnight
  • Controller support added
  • Touch screen controls have also been added for the players who would rather use their fingers
  • A soothing piano soundtrack throughout to complement gameplay