23.3 C
New York
Monday, May 23, 2022

Buy now

Now that the Switch port of She Remembered Caterpillars is beatable, you should play it

Colors of the wind

A few months back, I took a look at the charming indie puzzle game She Remembered Caterpillars and walked away mostly impressed. I say mostly because there was a big problem with the Switch version: It was unbeatable. A game-breaking bug rendered the final few levels inaccessible and it put a damper on my enthusiasm for the game. I was gripped by the artwork, enchanted by the soundtrack, and enjoying wracking my mind, but I couldn’t finish the game.

She Remembered Caterpillars

Earlier this week, developer Jumpsuit Entertainment issued a patch to fix this glitch and now the game can be beaten. That’s good too, because you all should give this game a shot. Whether you pick it up on mobile, PC, or Switch, She Remembered Caterpillars is a really solid game. It isn’t terribly long, either, and its pick-up-and-play design makes it a perfect fit for the Switch’s portable mode.

Something I didn’t mention in my previous look is that it’s also 100 percent colorblind-friendly. While there isn’t an option to swap the colors that paint each seed-like creature, they all have distinct shapes that match their corresponding bridges in-game. Subtle details like that show how thoughtful the development must have been since I’ve seen plenty of puzzle games forget about people with disabilities.

While it may have taken a bit longer than expected to get to this point, at least we can all enjoy She Remembered Caterpillars on our platforms of choice.

Related Articles


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Stay Connected

- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest Articles