Splasher MastheadSplasher Masthead

Splasher

Rating Summary

Based on 28 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

82

Top Critic Average

89%

Critics Recommend

Based on 28 critic reviews
Spread the word:

General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Sep 26, 2017
PCFeb 6, 2017

Developer: Splashteam

Publishers: Plug In Digital, The Sidekicks

Genres: Action, Platformer

Splasher is the new project of Romain Claude former Game Designer and Level Designer at Ubisoft (Rayman Origins, Rayman Legends). He gathered a small but talented team including Richard Vatinel aka Gromy as Art Director and Aymeric Schwartz, composer and sound designer on projects like Absolver, Rayman Origins or Valiant Hearts. The game was also developped through a strong partnership with famous speedrunners.

Where to Buy

Gamesplanet

Splasher Media

View More
Trailer Pre-Order Splasher thumbnail

Trailer Pre-Order Splasher

Splasher Screenshot 1
Splasher Screenshot 2

Splasher Reviews

View All (28 total)

While I do wish that there was a bit more of it, what's here is phenomenal. This is a game I'll definitely be revisiting for the foreseeable future. It manages to take a grab bag of various mechanics, lifted from its influences, and turn them into something totally fresh and unique. Splashteam knocked it out of the goddamn park with this one, and it's absolutely criminal that I never got around to playing it on other consoles before this. This is an essential release for genre fans and a great introduction for newcomers. The Switch may be jam-packed with quality eShop titles right now, but Splasher is genuinely something special. It would be a shame to see it lost in the crowd.

Read full review

If you love a challenge, and appreciate fantastic level design, this is most definitely for you.

Read full review

The sound design is easily one of the most redeeming qualities for an experience already enticing to the platform veteran.

Read full review

Splasher is a fun and well designed game that makes use of its compelling and interesting mechanics to create an experience that will keep the players around the Nintendo Switch for a good amount of time. Thanks to its level design and to a correct distribution of challenges, Splasher manages to be a promising game that does not fail and which leaves the players asking for more.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review