’90s adventure games Freddi Fish & Putt-Putt announced for the Switch

The Nintendo Switch is known to be a port machine of all kinds of eras and systems. And Humongous Entertainment is now doing its part to bring ’90s adventure games to the platform. Online store listings for Freddi Fish 3: The Case of the Stolen Conch and The putt-putt travels through time were both recently discovered, citing a January 3 version for both. They’ll cost $ 14.99 each, but get an introductory discount of $ 3.

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As found by Nintendo Everything, these two titles don’t appear to be remasters or much more than just ports. There also doesn’t appear to be any PlayStation or Xbox versions at this time. The store listings for both are also pretty bare. However, the screenshots listed appear to show fast saving and loading as well as a “ignore” function. Freddi Fish will be around 188 mb and Putt putt will weigh 311 mb.

The putt-putt travels through time first released in 1997 for the PC and was previously available on the mobile and Steam platforms 2012, 2013 and 2014. Freddi Fish 3: The Case of the Stolen Conch, on the other hand, was originally released in 1998 and was also released on the aforementioned platforms around the same time as Putt putt. Both adventure series were popular in the 90s and were part of the Humongous Entertainment line of adventure games that catered to a younger audience.

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