Framed Collection for Switch, PC launches May 17

Framed and Framed 2 hit new platforms.

Framed Collection

Framed Collection will launch for Switch, PC, Mac, and Linux on May 17, developer Loveshack Entertainment announced.

The puzzle games collection bundles together Framed and Framed 2. Here is an overview of the package, via Loveshack Entertainment:

Framed and Framed 2 feature a fusion of unique game mechanics and clever narrative puzzles in a noir tale of stylish heists, fast getaways and nail-biting escapades. Players rearrange the panels of an animated comic book to rearrange the order of events and change the outcome from disaster to success.

Releasing on these platforms for the first time, the collection of Framed and Framed 2 features an updated UI for PC and Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch version also retains the intuitive tactile controls, and is perfectly suited for the portable play that the console is renowned for.

A winner of multiple game design awards, Hideo Kojima declared Framed as his “best game” of the year in 2014. Released three years later, Framed 2 also received multiple awards, and was listed on both the Apple App Store and Google Play store as one of the best games of 2017.

With multi-award winning, genre-bending design, stylish hand-drawn aesthetics, a satisfying difficulty curve, and an original live jazz soundtrack, the Framed Collection is a genuinely unique puzzle game experience.

Watch a new trailer below.

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