Switch players can now dive into the depths (again and again) in Mossmoth's beloved roguelike games, Spelunky and Spelunky 2.
Though an official announcement hasn't yet been made, an update to the two games' Australian eShop pages suggest they're launching later this month.
Mossmouth is still looking to fix issues, like the recent problem with invites.
The classic roguelite platformers are finally coming to Switch.
Two of three "major improvements" have been completed, as per developer Mossmouth.
Changes for spawn rates of enemies and traps in World 1-1 and 1-2 are currently being tested.
Steam users can finally get their hands on the roguelike platformer.
Mossmouth is still testing the mode and making improvements.
Spelunky 2 is bigger, better, and more of the same.
Launch trailer hypes up Ana's journey into the Moon.
The roguelite platformer hits Steam two weeks after its PS4 version.
Creator Derek Yu promises an update "later this month."
Mossmouth will look into other platforms after the Steam release.
New gameplay trailer highlights improved shops, new characters, and more danger.
Mossmouth founder Derek Yu assures development is "still going well."
Derek Yu's follow up to the insanely popular rogue-like will be out in 2019.
Derek Yu's amazing rogue-lite platformer is finally getting a sequel.