Since the launch of his Switch, Nintendo took used to wear some Games Wii U. Recent game reviews like Thus, Mario Kart 8 happened in Deluxeversion, Bayonetta 1 & 2 is being resurfaced to a health and, more recently, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze filled the box of the old board game. Now it’s the turn of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker entitled to a version Switch to the delight of those who have not had the chance to own in 2015, at the time of its first release.
First things first: except a few bonus levels that are different (they are logically inspired by Super Mario Odyssey), Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is the same game on Wii U and Switch. Understand by now that Nintendo has nothing added and removed on the side of the grip.
Mushrooms do not Jump
As its title suggests, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker allows to embody Toad – and head – in a very particular platform game. Unlike Mario and Luigi, recent game reviews showed the mushroom man is unable to jump. Worse still, he demonstrated rigidity and moves slowly: these disabilities are to be taken into account, but are also used to feed the level design. The goal is simple: guide the hero or heroine to the star symbolizing the end of each level.
To advance, Nintendo allows to rotate the camera in order to navigate and identify the best path, which is necessarily full of obstacles and enemies to avoid. Unlike Monument Valley and its sequel, the Japanese constructor not placed on the Sham to create passages. In Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, simply to observe, to act on environments, if necessary, and move forward prudently. In short, there is no point to run and it is better to be careful, even in the face of the most benign boss.