Oddworld: Collection Player Count and Stats (2023)
Last Updated on: January 25th, 2023
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Oddworld: Collection Game Details
Here is pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about Oddworld: Collection.
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- Oddworld Inhabitants
- Just Add Water
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- Nintendo Switch
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Oddworld: Collection Description
Created by Oddworld Inhabitants, and co-published by Microids, this collection lets Switch players experience the oddest variety of classic action-adventure games ever created. Whether you are at home or on-the-go, the Oddworld: Collection for Nintendo Switch offers you three distinct adventures to enjoy.
The Collection includes New ‘n’ Tasty, an action-adventure platformer that challenges you to escape from RuptureFarms, a meat processing plant with plans to turn you into their next tasty meat product. Run for your life or use stealth to safely escape and save others. How you survive is up to you.
In Munch’s Oddysee you must “switch” between the strangest video game duo ever to avoid extinction at the hands of evil scientists using animals as product testing guinea pigs, or in this case, guinea Gabbits.
Rounding out the collection is Stranger’s Wrath, which offers you a brilliant mix of third-person exploration and first-person shooter gameplay. You play as Stranger, a bounty hunter with secret to uncover who must earn enough Moola to afford an overly expensive lifesaving procedure.
Known for their infectious gameplay, humor, and exciting storylines, Oddworld games also spotlight ironies that address the greater challenges facing our own human condition.