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Initially released for the Xbox One, PQube and developer Billy Goat Entertainment are bringing over the physics-based, man-and-goat-in-a-shopping-cart simulation game, Supermarket Shriek, to Nintendo Switch. It’s a weird premise fueled by screaming for dear life and throwing in a punny nod to game show Supermarket Sweeps in its title. Where do I sign up?


Said best in a press release issued by PQube, here are some more details about Supermarket Shriek in all its “AAAAaaaAAAaaaaAAHHHHHH!” glory:

“In Supermarket Shriek, you control a man and a goat in a shopping cart. Hear us out. The game is physics-based, when the man screams, the cart turns left, when the goat screams, the cart goes right. When both scream, it goes straight. Imagine it like a rowboat! A rowboat propelled by terror.

Use this technique to manouver your shopping cart through various Supermarkets, Boutiques and other stores to reach the goal! Crash through piles of cans, jump over your everyday burning pits, dodge totally common boxing gloves on springs and much more as you wreak havoc on your way to the exit.


  • Story Mode with 38 whacky stages, can be played alone or with a friend in Co-Op!
  • 3 chaotic PvP Party Modes for between 2 to 4 players”

Get ready to Wilhelm scream your way through aisles of obstacles later this year when Supermarket Shriek careens onto the Switch.


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Written by Jennifer Burch

Illustrator, designer, writer and big Nintendo geek, you can find Jennifer with an N3DS within reach 24/7. As the oldest of three, she has survived many Mario Party, Super Smash Bros. and Mario Kart sessions intact in addition to getting her brothers hooked on some really weird games. (Cubivore anyone?)