Now that the Nintendo Switch is just days away from hitting store shelves, the worry that the platform isn't going to have enough games is starting to fade. While the launch lineup might still be a bit sparse, we've been hearing about games over the last few days that will be coming to the Switch at some point in the near future. Yesterday, it was announced Devolver Digital, the developers of "Hotline Miami" are working on an unnamed project.

Today yet another developer has come forward with information about a rather inventive sounding game named "Yoku's Island Express."

The Nintendo Switch to have the world's first open world pinball game

"Yoku's Island Express" has some rather impressive looking graphics, as you can see from the video below. Those graphics aren't what makes this game stand out, though. What allows this title to stand out from the pack is that it is being billed as an "open world pinball game" according to developer Villa Gorilla.

If that doesn't sound strange enough for this new Nintendo Switch game, check out the rest of the explanation Nintendo Life recently posted:

"Seamlessly blending platform navigation with pinball mechanics across a large open world. Yoku, the dung beetle, sets foot on the beach of Mokumana Island, ready to take on the duties as the new postman.

But the ancient island God is trapped in a restless sleep, and the islanders are plagued by quakes and storms brought forth by its nightmares."

The heroic dung beetle postman in the Nintendo Switch adventure

Yes, you read that correctly. Not only is the hero of "Yoku's Island Express" a dung beetle, but he's also the island's postman. Clearly, this is a title that isn't taking itself too seriously. At the same time it appears to have found a niche it can carve out for itself.

We'll have to see whether this title is going to be able to really take advantage of some of the unique mechanics the Nintendo Switch has to offer thanks to the Joy Con and portability.

We'll have to wait a little while for "Yoku's Island Express". The game isn't slated to land on the Nintendo Switch until the winter of 2017 or early 2018.

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