Last month, the Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom developer teased a new update for the game on Nintendo Switch which would bring a brand new feature that would work well with the yet to be released Nintendo Switch Lite console. The new hardware has now launched worldwide, and so has the new update, which adds a rather cool feature.
The new Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom update introduces the ability to change the color scheme of the game’s UI. The available colors are turquoise, yellow and grey, which are the same Nintendo Switch Lite colors currently available, so you can match the game’s UI with the color of your console.
Red, pink and grey colors are also available, which match the colors of the Joy-Con controllers, so you will be able to match colors even on the regular Switch model.
The Nintendo Switch Lite console is a handheld-only version of the Nintendo Switch. The console comes with no detachable controls, an improved d-pad and some other tweaks that improve usability. The console, however, doesn’t support the dock in any form, and it’s been recenty discovered that the Lite lacks the hardware needed to output video signal to an external TV, so it seems like hacking will do no good in enabling dock support. For the rest, the console is the same as the regular Switch in handheld mode.
Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom is now available on Nintendo Switch. The Switch Lite is also available right now worldwide.