Exciting news has surfaced for Nintendo Switch gamers, as Diplodocus Games has announced the addition of support for Nintendo 64 wireless controllers in an upcoming pre-release patch for Corn Kidz 64. This feature will also be extended to another popular title, Super Kiwi 64, in the near future. Players can activate the “trident controls” by simply pressing R on the title screen, providing a unique control scheme for an enhanced gameplay experience.

Set to be released on the eShop on 19th April 2024, Corn Kidz 64 is a 3D platformer that promises to deliver an authentic Nintendo 64 experience reminiscent of the ’90s. Developed by BogoSoft and published by Diplodocus Games, this game has already garnered “overwhelmingly positive” reviews on Steam. With a price tag of $6.99 / 6.99€, players can expect a great move set and a unique sense of humor, making it a must-have for fans of the classic era of gaming.

Follow the adventures of the young goat Seve as he navigates through his recurring dream, accompanied by his friend Alexis who is determined to help Seve break free from the dream. Corn Kidz 64 offers an array of secrets to uncover, dynamic moves to master, and a cast of fun and unique characters to interact with. The evocative low poly graphics provide players with the option to experience the game in its original 90s aesthetic or in a modern HD resolution, catering to a wide range of gaming preferences.

Diplodocus Games, the publisher behind Corn Kidz 64, has a track record of delivering 64-bit Switch eShop releases that have captivated gamers. Titles such as Super Kiwi 64, Toree 3D, Toree 2, and Macbat 64 have all showcased the publisher’s commitment to providing nostalgic and engaging gaming experiences for players of all ages.

The addition of Nintendo 64 controller support for Corn Kidz 64 and Super Kiwi 64 is a welcome enhancement that is sure to elevate the gameplay experience for fans of these titles. With its upcoming release on the Switch eShop, gamers can look forward to immersive gameplay, charming visuals, and a healthy dose of nostalgia that harkens back to the golden age of gaming.

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