Spelunker Party demo is available to download on the Nintendo eShop for Switch

Square Enix’ Spelunker Party has a demo available now on Nintendo eShop. Spelunker Party is a co-op, multiplayer platformer with both online and offline play.

The demo offers up a handful of stages to try solo or with friends. The stages give players an idea of what to expect when Spelunker Party launches later this month.

The eShop describes Spelunker Party like so;

Go on a Journey to the underground with your buddies! Spelunker, the Weakest Action Hero is now on NIntendo Switch! Offline and Online Co-op Multiplay with up tp 4 players! Power-up your characters by customising them with various costumes and items! A variety of adorable pets are also here to help you on your adventure! Time Attack, Quests and more! Enjoy Spelunker Party together!

Spelunker Party follows Splunkette as she travels underground to explore and uncover lost secrets. She’ll have to watch out for traps, falling boulders and dangerous monsters while she’s down there.


Spelunker Party launches for Switch on October 19.

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