The vibrant eyegasm of a puzzle action game about guiding a rolling ball across obstacles, Neonwall, launches on Nintendo Switch March 15, 2018. The Nintendo Switch version features special considerations for the Switch’s hardware and control methods. It can be played in handheld, docked, and tabletop modes. It also supports multiple control options. Users can connect a pro controller when playing Neonwall in docked mode or make use of the dual joycon configuration. The standard handheld controls are also obviously supported. Neonwall retails for $9.99.
A PlayStation 4/PS VR release is also listed, though messaging on that version of the game remains unclear for now.
Neonwall supports seven languages – English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, and Italian. On PC, Neonwall’s minimum system requirements list an Intel i3-6100 CPU or on the AMD side, the Ryzen 1200 or FX4350. 8GB RAM is listed for both the minimum and recommended settings. The recommended CPU’s are either an Intel i5-4590 or AMD Ryzen 5 1500X. Minimum GPU requirements are relatively beefy with the listing showing a GTX 1050 Ti or Radeon RX 470. The recommended settings list a GTX 970 or Radeon R9 290. Neonwall takes up 1GB of storage.
The developer, Norain Games, has released one other title – Piwall. Piwall is a PC pinball machine game with VR support for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. This neon-lit free to play title, also published by JanduSoft, holds a Mostly Positive Steam user rating with 71% of the 14 reviews being positive.
More about publisher JanduSoft:
JanduSoft is a Catalonian game company located in Barcelona. With several mobile games published and launched his first console/pc game a few months ago. Since then the company has grown in numbers and has been focusing on brand new games. Now JanduSoft will focus all their effort on PC/Console games, having two projects to be launched on Q1 2018.