Subsurface Circular, the old-school-flavoured detective outing from Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell, is coming to the Switch on March 1.

Arriving on the eShop for £4.79, Subsurface Circular plonks you in a futuristic setting where robots have mysteriously begun vanishing. You're a detective (a robot one, obviously) investigating these disappearances, with the game taking place entirely on a single carriage of an underground train. Sounds like the ideal time-sink for your morning commute, then. 

Completing various objectives will net you Focus Points, which can in turn be put to use in conversations to unlock new information. Subsurface Circular was originally released for Steam in 2017 and later brought its mechanical sleuthing antics to iPad.

'Nintendo Switch is an ideal platform for players to experience Subsurface Circular, a game perfectly suited to playing on an actual train,' commented Bithell. 'Nintendo has displayed a commitment to the success of independent gaming on Nintendo Switch, and we're thrilled to join their expanding library of games.'

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