Diplodocus Games recently announced on social media that a pre-release patch for Corn Kidz 64 on the Switch will introduce support for Switch Online Nintendo 64 wireless controllers. This feature, known as “trident controls”, can be activated by pressing R on the title screen. The same support for Nintendo 64 controllers will also be added to Super Kiwi 64 in the upcoming weeks. Corn Kidz 64 is set to be released on the eShop on 19th April 2024.

Corn Kidz 64, developed by BogoSoft and published by Diplodocus Games, is a 3D platformer that promises an “authentic Nintendo 64 experience” reminiscent of the ’90s era. Priced at $6.99 / 6.99€, this game has already received rave reviews on Steam for its great move set and unique sense of humor. Players follow the young goat Seve into his recurring dream where he meets his friend Alexis, who assists Seve in breaking free from the dream.

In Corn Kidz 64, players can expect to explore a world full of secrets, showcasing Seve’s dynamic moveset and interacting with fun and unique characters. The game’s evocative low poly graphics can be displayed in various options, allowing players to experience either a nostalgic 90s vibe or modern HD resolution. The trailer for the game gives a glimpse of the colorful and vibrant world that players can expect to immerse themselves in.

Diplodocus Games, the publisher behind Corn Kidz 64, has also released other 64-bit Switch eShop titles such as Super Kiwi 64, Toree 3D, Toree 2, and Macbat 64. These games have garnered attention for their retro-inspired gameplay and nostalgic charm, appealing to gamers who have a fondness for classic 3D platformers.

The addition of Nintendo 64 controller support through a pre-release patch for Corn Kidz 64 and the upcoming implementation in Super Kiwi 64 showcases Diplodocus Games’ commitment to providing an authentic retro gaming experience on the Switch platform. With its charming visuals, engaging gameplay, and unique sense of humor, Corn Kidz 64 is poised to be a must-have title for fans of 3D platformers and retro gaming enthusiasts alike.

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