Game developer Hitgrab has announced that their Celtic inspired platformer Clan O’Conall and the Crown of the Stag is coming to the Nintendo Switch on June 2.
Originally releasing back in April of 2021, Clan O’Conall and the Crown of the Stag has brought its unique aesthetic and art style to the PC. Now would-be players can get their hands on it for the Switch when it comes out next month.
Players will be able to seamlessly swap between three different heroes in each stage. Clakshot the Huntress, Haggish the Brute, and Kilcannon the Swordmaster.
You can find the announcement trailer for Clan O’Conall and the Crown of the Stag for the Switch here.
Set in the mythical land of Hibernia, Clan O’Conall and the Crown of the Stag is a hand-drawn action-platformer featuring iconic settings and characters from Celtic folklore and mythology.
The Mother of Demons, Caoránach, has kidnapped Chief Arden and stolen the ancient Crown of the Stag. With it, she wishes to undo a generations-old peace between the Mortals of Hibernia and the Fae Folk. All that stands between her and total calamity are the three inheritors of Clan O’Conall: Swordmaster Kilcannon, Huntress Clakshot, and Haggish the Brute.
A World of Celtic Myth
Discover the nearly unknown world of Celtic mythology and folklore and you explore fantastical worlds.Steam
Swap heroes on the fly to overcome challenges, cross chasms, and defeat a host of perilous enemies.
Tons of levels from the Mortal world to the Fae world, and all the fantastical environments in between!
Puzzles that test the limits of your wits and sibling co-operation.
A unique, hand-crafted art style inspired by manuscript illustration and bronze-age Celtic designs, combined with modern graphic styles of the recent past and present.
A compelling tale of family, honor, and sacrifice, told through hand-drawn animated cutscenes.
An all-original soundtrack of Celtic-inspired music by MoonWalk Audio!
Clan O’Conall and the Crown of the Stag is available now on PC and available on the Nintendo Switch when it releases on June 2.