Developed by Tarsier Studios (Little Nightmares) with the aid of Nintendo Software Technologies, The Stretchers is a co-op focused game that combines driving in the vein of Crazy Taxi with co-op movement to pick up patients.
Gamers tackle the position of a two-person rescue group referred to as "The Stretchers", and should reply to rescue calls from across the island to rescue the lightheaded islanders.More news: Trump says he is weighing Putin invitation to Russia parade - 47abc
To rescue Dizzies, players will drive to each scene in their ambulance while breaking through walls, soaring through the sky and facing other perils along the way. Once they reach the confused crowds, they must scoop them onto the stretcher, evading lasers and destroying blockades, and head back to the ambulance.
Like Overcooked, players must work together in hilarious and undoubtedly comically frustrating ways if they hope to be successful as the Dizzies' last hope.More news: Russian Napoleon-expert found drunk in river with student’s severed arms
The title can be purchased digitally on Nintendo eShop and puts you in the shoes of two para-doctors, each armed with his Joy-Con, obviously called to save the people who need your help.
There's also several side missions that involve sawing down trees, building ramps, blowing up rocks, and the odd game of hide and seek. Players can also unlock additional hats, costume colors and furniture for their home base by exploring mission areas and the world map.More news: Miami Heat not discussing Dion Waiter’s health situation, status with team
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