“The Ramp” Coming to Nintendo Switch on 17 March

Game publisher Coatsink and developer Paul Schnepf (aka Hyperparadise) recently announced that their skateboarding game The Ramp is coming to Nintendo Switch on 17 March. via Steam.

Already available on Steam PC, The Ramp is described as a “digital skateboarding toy” that is designed more for chill than challenge.

Here’s the official breakdown of The Ramp followed by the latest trailer:

Chill out, do tricks, and look damn cool.

In The Ramp, players must focus their energy and go with the flow, listening to a chilled out soundtrack as they roam free across four wildly different levels – from a simple halfpipe to a multi-story jump ramp.

With nothing to unlock, kill or collect, The Ramp aims to capture the delight of skateboarding in its purest form. Enjoy tons of flow and dive into satisfying unique skateboarding gameplay that is easy to learn and hard to master.


• Born to ride – A stripped-back experience that captures the essence of real life vert skateboarding.

• Board games – Fly, spin and grind through a choice of four levels, including an empty pool, a half pipe, and one humongous mega jump.

• All on the table – There are no points, levels or unlockables. Any trick can be performed at any time… provided you’ve got the skills.

• Pocket pedigree – Created by Paul Schnepf, co-founder of the studio that made Islanders and Superflight.

The Ramp will release for Nintendo Switch on 17 March priced at $5.99, £4.79, €4.99, ¥574, and approximately 0.96 Bison dollars.

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