LevelHead on Nintendo Switch. Build incredible contraptions and machines, craft adventurous expeditions that require brain and brawn to complete, or just create a relaxing music scene for other Levelheads to chill with. Once you’ve completed your Level, share it with the rest of the world… and gain a following! The Level Head Division comes equipped with powerful curation and Following systems, so you’ll always be able to find the best new Levels created by your colleagues.
The core gameplay is the picking up and delivery of cargo. You have to pick up and sometimes use the cargo to traverse the level. These can work as keys to allow you access to other parts of the level.
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Your arm can extend out to grab cargo which is in a difficult place. You may have to jump off a spring block and catch it mid-air. You also have a collection of power-ups which can help you further through the game.
The main selling point of the game is the player-created levels. I think this may be to cash in on the Mario Maker trend. While people may buy this for the creator mode, I’d recommend playing the campaign. The campaign feels more fluid and shares the same look and feel throughout. While the player-created levels can be quite jarring in how different they are.
While you can play the popular levels from the Tower, I would also recommend playing the games highlighted in the Marketing Department. This is a great place to find brand new creators and also earn some bucks. These bucks are used to promote your levels through the Marketing Department. This creates a give and takes mentality, where you are rewarded for playing other peoples levels.
I will say the level creator is where the game is let down. This can take a while to learn and the controls are little sensitive. Tools are mapped to buttons that feel unnatural. I will admit avoiding the level creator for a long time, as I felt stupid when I didn’t get it straight away.
Overall, LevelHead on Nintendo Switch is enjoyable. While I like it a lot for the single-player game, I can see why some people may not like it as much for the level building.
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