Hayfever Coming To Nintendo Switch In Early 2020

Zordix Publishing and Swedish studio Pixadome today announced that the challenging, retro-inspired platformer Hayfever is coming to Nintendo Switch in early 2020.

In Hayfever players take the role as Thomas, a young postman suffering from terrible pollen induced sneezes. With original game mechanics, players will use Thomas’ hayfever to traverse challenging environments, using his sneezes to navigate the dangers of the world.

About the game

When delivering mail, Thomas suffers a massive sneeze and loses all of the letters he’s supposed to deliver. It is up to the player to help him gather them to avoid the wrath of his horrible boss. Traveling together with his friend Charlie the car, Thomas will go on a journey spanning the four seasons. Each season introduces new gameplay-changing elements and challenges, and it is up to Thomas to find a way to turn his weakness into strength!


  • Retro inspired graphics and music:
    Hayfever features quirky and approachable pixel-art style. No graphic violence (not including broken controllers due to rage quitting!), so it is suitable for all ages. It also has one of the best retro-soundtracks ever made!
  • 140 Challenging levels:
    Guide Thomas through a boat-load of intense levels, spanning the 4 seasons. Each level contains a number of the letters Thomas lost. They’re optional, but not collecting all of them puts you at risk of facing the wrath of Thomas’ boss (you might also miss out on any potentially hidden worlds…)
  • Unique sneeze-driven mechanics:
    Use Thomas’ allergies to traverse the world. Different types of pollen will have different effects on Thomas, changing the gameplay dramatically.
  • Speedrunners galore:
    You thought the levels themselves were challenging? Wait until you start competing against other players in the weekly speedrunner challenges!

Check out the Hayfever Announcement Trailer:


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