Switch players can now dive into the depths (again and again) in Mossmoth's beloved roguelike games, Spelunky and Spelunky 2.
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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.
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