Launching for Nintendo Switch next week is MouseCraft, a game that's said to act as a blend of Tetris and Lemmings.

Described as an 'A-to-B' puzzle game, MouseCraft has players helping a crazy cat scientist called Schrödinger to complete his very own mysterious, mice-powered invention. You'll need to pile up Tetromino bricks to form a safe path for the mice, gathering up collectables and fighting enemies along the way.

There are 80 levels to explore in all (which will apparently offer around 6-10 hours of gameplay in total), featuring four different locations and a variety of bricks, hazards and enemies to see. Here's a feature list:

Key Game Features:
- Experience a remix of two classic gameplay mechanics: Pile up Tetromino bricks to create a safe path for as many mice as possible.
- Discover an epic tale of a crazy cat scientist who is striving to unlock the potential of a mysterious, mice-powered machine.
- Defeat obstacles, overcome gaps and gather collectibles by using different types of blocks, be them explosive, crumbling or even jelly ones.
- Prove your stacking skills in your own style- freeze the game by using the Active Pause feature or increase the speed any time you want.

The game will launch on 27th February and will be available to download directly from the Nintendo Switch eShop for $9.99.

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