A Hat In Time – Nintendo Switch
Buy Nintendo Switch A Hat In Time & play as a tiny space-travelling girl with a big tophat. Her adventure is halted when all her fuel, the Time Pieces, is lost and scattered across a nearby planet. Hat Kid must now jump, fight and stitch new hats to make her way into every nook and cranny of this new world in order to restore her fuel and resume her journey. On her way, she’ll bump into the menacing Mafia of Cooks, the goofy birds of Dead Bird Studio, the spooky shadows of Subcon Forest, and more!
The Cutest 3D Platformer Ever!
Nintendo Switch A Hat in Time is developed by Gears for Breakfast and has become the largest Kickstarter-funded indie 3D platformer, reaching almost 1000% of its original Kickstarter goal! Super Mario 64, Banjo-Kazooie, Psychonauts! These kind of 3D platformers are no longer made, but people still want to play them! A Hat in Time brings that joy back!
- Players: up to 2 players
- Genre: Platformer, Adventure, Action
- Publisher: Humble Games
- Developer: Gears for Breakfast
- Game file size: 16.3 GB
- Supported Languages: Japanese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, English
Nintendo Switch A Hat in Time is a platform action-adventure game set in an open world environment and played from a third-person perspective. The gameplay style has been described by several editors to be similar to Nintendo 64 platformers such as Super Mario 64 and Banjo-Kazooie. The player travels between four open levels (along with 2 extra levels via downloadable content), which can be freely explored without time limits. The player can collect various items, solve puzzles, and use an umbrella to combat enemies. The primary objective is to collect “Time Pieces”, 56 of which can be found in the game, which unlock additional levels as more are collected. After being defeated, the enemies drop “Pons”, currency that can be used to unlock additional challenges and purchase badges that increase Hat Kid’s abilities. The player can collect Yarn Balls in each level, which can be stitched into new hats to wear. Each hat grants Hat Kid a different ability, such as a faster sprint or brewing explosive potions. Other collectibles include “Relics”, which can be used to unlock “Time Rift” bonus levels, and “Rift Tokens”, which can be exchanged at a machine for bonus materials such as music remixes and additional cosmetics. Initial actions taken earlier in the game have an effect on later levels, as the main character revisits each area several times before the game is finished.