Back in 2016, an isometric puzzle-platformer called Lumo was released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Steam, PC, and Xbox One. It was created by Garth Noyce as a love letter to the isometric games he used to play, like Fable II and Crackdown.
He recently revealed that the game would come to the Nintendo Switch via Twitter. An exact release date has yet to be revealed, but Noyce added that he and Rising Star Games, the publisher, would be in touch.
For Switch players curious what Lumo is like, or people who played it the first time and feel nostalgic, check out the trailer here.