Publisher Devolver Digital has announced that it will be bringing old-school, pixel-art platformer Witcheye to Nintendo Switch. We hope you have some pennies at the ready, because it'll be available as soon as tomorrow.

The game, which was originally released on mobile around a year ago, was announced for Nintendo's platform and Steam on social media today. The Steam release will be launching alongside the Switch version tomorrow.

Speaking of Steam, here's an official description of the game taken from its listing on the platform.

Set off on an adventure as a mild-mannered witch who transforms into a flying eyeball of vengeance after a smarmy knight and wizard steal her spell ingredients. You'll guide her through 50+ levels, each containing something completely unique: tricky new enemies, mysterious new environments, and puzzling new secrets. These elements are brought to life with colorful, clean pixel art and a lively, head-bobbing original soundtrack.

Witcheye is a new approach to platforming with a free movement dash through the air. Players are able to stop on a spot, reverse direction, or alter their course at will. Bounce into devilish little beasts, snag collectables and make it to the goal of each level however possible.

Designer Peter Malamud Smith was the co-creator (with Charlie Hoey) of the viral hit The Great Gatsby For NES, and creator of the well-received mobile action puzzlers Satellina and Satellina Zero.

No pricing has been confirmed for the Switch version at the time of writing, so make sure to keep an eye out for the game appearing on the eShop tomorrow.

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