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  Henry the Hamster Handler coming to Nintendo Switch on May 18th!
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05/17/2018
 


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

May 17th, 2018 - Gateshead, United Kingdom

Pocket Money Games is thrilled to announce Henry the Hamster Handler, a single-player, puzzle, rhythm game, coming to the Nintendo Switch on May 18th.

Join the team at Hamsters Inc. as they delve into the ancient practice of Hamster alchemy and reveal that hamsters must endure as many near-death experiences as possible as, over time, the little furry balls of fun turn into bronze, silver, and gold! It's your job to ensure they survive the ordeal before they get melted down and turned into a fancy pair of earrings!

Deactivate traps to save Hamsters as they make their journey through the 300 levels on offer, progressing through multiple levels of difficulty to challenge all players. Match the on-screen prompts with the buttons on the Nintendo Switch Controller, in classic rhythm game fashion, to ensure the wave of Hamsters reach the end of each level.

Henry the Hamster Handler will be available May 18th on the Nintendo Switch eShop for $3.69 (NA), £2.49 (UK), and €2.89 (EU).

Press kit with screenshots and additional information available here.

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About Pocket Money Games

Pocket Money Games is a fiercely independent game development studio established in 2016 in Gateshead, UK. They are dedicated to creating fun and exciting titles at a price that won't break the bank. They’re committed to investing in their team, developing new tools, technologies and ways of working to boost productivity and keep players smiling.