Finnish indie studio Second Order are bringing their Play-doh-like puzzle game Claybook to Switch in March.

“We’re thrilled to bring Claybook to Nintendo’s Switch platform, and give creative minds the world over a new venue for expressing themselves,” said Sami Saarinen, CEO, and Co-Founder of Second Order. “Whether players prefer to create extraordinary levels with our extensive library of tools, or simply explore the depths of their problem-solving abilities on their journey through each chapter, we are confident that there will be something for everyone to enjoy.”

Claybook is a kid-friendly, and kid-starring puzzle game. It takes place within a child’s bedroom as you play with the toy clay world around you. Each chapter tasks you with solving various challenges and obstacles. You’ll need to carve paths and carefully balance your clay structures. Better star ratings at the end of each chapter are rewarded for speed and efficiency.

The puzzle game is balanced to be playable for all ages. It also features a rewind function for easier experimentation.

Claybook supports local multiplayer for up to four players, including split-screen co-op.

Claybook will be released on Switch in March. A specific date has not yet been announced. Claybook released last fall on PC (Steam), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, for $14.99. It’s rated E for Everyone.

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