Creepy-cute safari photography adventure Penko Park announced for Nintendo Switch
A 27 September launch date appears in the viewfinder
Tokyo, Japan/Cologne, Germany – 20 September 2022: Picture this: you’re alone in an abandoned, haunted wildlife reserve, armed with nothing but a camera. Out of the corner of your eye you spot something rustling in the bushes. It’s enough to make you shutter…
Developer Ghostbutter and publisher Secret Mode are proud to reveal that Penko Park, the creepy-cute on-rails adventure where you embark on an eekological survey through an eerie abandoned wildlife park, is bound for Nintendo Switch™. It will be available a week today on 27 September, 2022.
Penko Park has already wowed PC players and currently boasts a 99% positive Steam User Reviews rating, placing it at #12 in Steam250’s all-time top Hidden Gems rankings, which celebrate the “highly rated Steam games that few know but many love.” The upcoming Nintendo Switch release contains the full Penko Park experience, including The Shivering Crypts expansion, which added a new park region, 40 new monsters, plus additional features, collectibles and secrets on top of the original game.
About Penko Park
Penko Park is a game about exploring an abandoned wildlife park. Meet over 140 mysterious inhabitants by taking photos and interacting with the world.
Founded in 1952 by the supremely honourable Sir Rubertus Penko, Penko Park was designed to be The Greatest Wildlife Park Ever Built. Sadly, the park was abandoned, but you’ve been given the opportunity to enjoy a personal tour by resident guide Penki and can record pictures of your travels with your complimentary Penko Snap-A-Lot 9000™ device.
· Snap magnificent shots and discover the creatures' most interesting poses
· Collect wildlife details & snapshots in your trusty park guidebook
· Uncover the park’s history, secrets and many hidden paths
· Use your trusty Penko Grappling Hand to interact with the environment
Penko Park is coming to Nintendo Switch™ on 27 September.
It is available now on PC.