The development team the Tomorrow Corporation announced that they will bring three games to the Nintendo Switch in time for the console's launch on March 3, 2017. Those three games are World of Goo, Little Inferno, and Human Resource Machine.
All of these games have been available on other systems, so they will all be ports of the original game and released digitally. However, these ports will come with what the studio is calling a "Soundtrack Mode" available only on the Switch. The studio didn't elaborate much further, just stating that all three games will come bundled with their original soundtracks.
The developers did not reveal prices for any of the three games.
Each game was met with generally positive reviews when they each came out. Let's examine each one individually.
- World of Goo was released on the Wii back in October of 2008. The game is the only one of the three in this group that wasn't developed by the Tomorrow Corporation and was instead developed by 2D Boy. World of Goo is a physics-based puzzle/construction game and the Wii version of the game holds a Metascore of 94.
- Little Inferno was developed by the Tomorrow Corporation and was released November of 2012 on the Wii U. Little Inferno is a sandbox puzzle game that takes place almost entirely in front of a fireplace. The Wii U version of the game holds a Metascore of 79.
- Human Resource Machine is a puzzle game developed by the Tomorrow Corporation that came out in October 2015. The PC version of the game holds a Metascore of 78.