League of Evil

League of Evil for Nintendo Switch [eShop Download Codes]

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Game Overview

Use your acrobatic skills to punch your way through levels filled with deadly traps and defeat your enemies.

The world is counting on you!

In this new version we bring you new features such as new exclusive levels and a level editor, that will allow players to create and share their own levels! You can even share levels with players all over the world! This works accross platforms, increasing the total amount of levels available.


  • 140 challenging levels, divided into 4 chapters.
  • Amazing level editor to make your own levels, download new ones from the community and best of all, cross-platform level sharing!
  • Classic 8-bit style art style
  • Awesome one punch decapitations!
  • Rocking chiptune soundtrack.
  • Super fast and challenging gameplay
  • Each level has a briefcase to collect as a bonus challenge. Try to collect them all!
  • Beat the levels as fast as you can to receive the highest score!

Game Info

  • Platform: Nintendo Switch
  • Release Date: Aug 31, 2017
  • No. of Players: 1 player
  • Category: Action, Platformer, Arcade
  • Publisher: Ratalaika Games
  • Developer: Ratalaika Games / Woblyware



It’s pretty hard to find fault with League of Evil. Ratalaika Games have really demonstrated just how well a port of a mobile title can make use of the Switch. Noting that it’s beautiful in handheld and on the silver screen, and factoring in the challenge and ability to keep players interested and focused on getting through the short burst levels, League of Evil won’t be a game that you’ll regret adding to your Switch collection. -Switch Player

League of Evil on Nintendo Switch is a savagely addictive, gleefully fun and at times brutally challenging platform game, with super tight controls, bold visuals and an accessible level editor that paves the way for a forever increasing Switch community to embrace. League of Evil feels perfectly suited to the big or small screen, and the bite-sized missions are great for any length of play session, be it solo, taking turns in a group, or just kicking back to make a level which will enrage your friends. While it may test some player’s skill level and patience a little too much, persistence and determination are rewarded in a way only the best of the genre can. -Nintendo Life

League of Evil has its faults, but it more than makes up for them through its robust and accessible level editor. While it’s a six year port that shows its age, it’s still a great way to get your twitch-reflex platformer fix. -GamingTrend

All in all League of Evil is a very hard but ultimately just simply okay platformer. Even when its tendrils sunk into me, technical hiccups like unresponsive controls and shoddy level design, accompanied with a fairly obtuse level constructor, held this back from being a true gem on the eShop. As a fan of difficult platformers, I certainly enjoyed my time, but if that’s not up your alley, you might want to steer clear of this flawed (but fun) title. 

League of Evil is a simplistic 2D platformer that’s clearly inspired by Super Meat Boy. The thing is, without any unique gameplay hooks, it ends up being a mostly unappealing experience that pales in comparison to its genre counterparts. -Video Chums

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© 2017 Ratalaika Games S.L.
© 2017 Woblyware Oy.


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