If you've had your eye on Tin Hearts, a Lemmings-inspired puzzle game from publisher Wired Productions and developer Rogue Sun, then the good news is that it's heading to the Switch later this month on April 20th, 2023.

Tin Hearts has been cooking for a little while now, but with the game boasting over 40 levels of "time-bending, soldier-routing riddles" and the ex-Lionhead pedigree on the dev team, we're hopeful this one is going to be worth the wait. We've in for a treat in the audio department, too, with the game's soundtrack being handled by award-winning composer Matthew Chastney, who has previously produced music for movie trailers including Joker and Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

To properly showcase some Tin Hearts gameplay, Wired Productions has provided us with an exclusive look at 'Act II - the Music Room', a section of the game that hasn't been seen until now, with some commentary from the game's producer, Sam Clay.

We get a good glimpse at some of the unlockable memories along with how you'll be guiding the troop of mischievous tin soldiers to their goal, with a particular focus on how the game lets you use the camera to pinpoint where the little guys will land. Check out the video at the top of the page.

Tin Hearts launches on the Switch eShop on April 20th, 2022 for £24.99. However, pre-orders via the UK eShop page can currently bag a tasty 20% discount on the listed price. Be sure to let us know in the comments how you're feeling about this one.