Little Triangle for Nintendo Switch

Little Triangle

Mar 1, 2018
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Developer: Cotton Game
Content Rating: Teen


Little Triangle is a well-established fun to play platformer also featuring a mini BATTLE ROYALE mode. The game offers more than 60 cute and funny triangle skins, countless NPCs, a bunch of bosses, and amusing level designs with tons of details. This game is extremely easy to pick up and the fun comes immediately when you start to play. It aims to be one of the most exciting and hilarious party game while also retain great fun in solo mode.

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Gonçalo LopesFeb 27, 2018
Little Triangle snugly fits among the other great 2D platforming games currently available on Switch. Despite not reaching the same high level of Celeste or Slime-san it still manages to deliver a compelling, addictive ‘just one more go’ single player challenge with tight controls and a very generous portion of content. If you happen to have some friends or family to play with you, the hardcore platformer turns into a casual two to four triangle party at a flick of a Switch.
Perry Burkum Mar 01, 2018
I enjoyed my time playing through Little Triangle, but I wasn’t blown away by it. It’s definitely a solid platformer with a little humor here and there, but that’s about it. What it does have is well implemented though, and the options to play with a friend combined with the natural ease of using Joy-Con make it a great pick-up-and-play game for any occasion. Although there is no unique hook or ground-breaking ideas, Little Triangle is a good title to scratch that platforming itch.
FlynnieMar 21, 2018
Little Triangle is a simple, yet gruelling, 2D platformer but the loose controls of the Joy-Con means that playing in handheld mode is probably not recommended. The cartoon art-style is beautifully represented and the soundtrack is catchy, however, Little Triangle’s adventure is over far too quickly and with relatively little to come back to.