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Announced back in July, Supermarket Shriek now has a release date for its screaming appearance on Nintendo Switch. That date is today!



A Couch Co-op Experience Like No Other 

Propel our two heroes through supermarkets, shops and boutiques using their wild, incomprehensible screams!

Man Screams: Kart turns left!
Goat Screams: Kart Turns right!
Scream Together: Kart powers forward!

Use your controller triggers to make each of the duo scream – or if you’re on PS4 or PC you can hook up two mics and *literally* shriek your way to victory in what we call: “Duet Mode”.

Outlandish Obstacles & Rewarding Challenges

Warm up your vocal chords and get ready to take on a variety of action-packed gameplay modes! The 38 stages include outlandish Obstacle Courses, intense head-to-head Races and not forgetting the-mode-where-you-knock-over-the-tins-of-beans.

Behind each shopfront, expect a relentless stream of obstacles blocking your way to the checkout! From the mundane (conveyor belts, spillages) to the absurd (fire pits, swinging axes, sumo wrestlers & more!).

Multiplayer Mayhem in Aisle 4

#SettleTheStore in one of 4 hilariously fun PvP party modes for between 2 and 4 players!

Race around the supermarket and be the first to tick-off every item in Shopping List, dominate the arena in the an epic clash of man, goat and trolley in Sumo, scream as though your life (or indeed, some points) depends on it in a head-to-head Race or combine all of that in Elimination Mode, where the last man standing wins!

In honor of the game’s release, it is currently on sale via the Nintendo eShop. Pick up a copy digitally for $17.99 (normally $19.99) or you can purchase a physical copy for $29.99 at a participating retailer.

Whichever version you get, just remember to grab a friend and scream your way through aisles of obstacles and make your way to the finish line.


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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?)