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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]


Thursday, February 14, 2019 — Amsterdam and London – Genre-defining skate-em-up OlliOlli finally makes its debut on the Nintendo Switch. Developer Roll7 and publisher Good Shepherd Entertainment have been working hard to bring the award-winning 2D side-scroller to Nintendo’s latest platform. OlliOlli’s fast gameplay and simple controls make the game a perfect fit for the Nintendo Switch.


Nintendo Switch owners will be able to enjoy two games, OlliOlli and OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood, with a total of 100 levels, 500 challenges and an seemingly endless amount of tricks. Players can lose themselves in the flow of the Daily Grind, Comborush and Radmode. Jump on that board and skate into the world of OlliOlli, whether you’re an experienced skater or new to the game. Make perfect use of the Joy-Con and land those tricks!

OlliOlli Switch Stance is available this Valentines Day for $14.99 through the Nintendo eShop and is the perfect gift for your partner, who always wanted to learn how to skate, but never got around to do it.

For instructions on how to land the perfect ollie, hit up @Roll_7on Twitter.

For ankle bandage stockists in your area, try @GoodShepherdEnt.

About Good Shepherd Entertainment

Good Shepherd Entertainment publishes video games from independent artists worldwide and operates a proprietary investment platform for a growing global network of qualified investors seeking ​risk-mitigated participation in the $130B video game industry. Originally established in the Netherlands in 2011 as an equity crowdfunding platform under the name Gambitious BV, the Company became a publisher in 2014 with the release of Train Fever, which was the first game ever successfully published with equity crowdfunding. The Company has since funded and released over a dozen original games across eight digital platforms. The founders of Devolver Digital and Croteam, two very successful companies in independent game development and publishing, invested in the Company and joined its management in 2012. The Company rebranded in 2017 as Good Shepherd Entertainment following an investment by Advance/Newhouse, having established a track record of success with both independent developers and investors.