Caudwell Children will feature within the new Switch Galaxy Ultra game after a deal to support the Children’s charity was reached with games developer Atomicom. The Liverpool based studio have been making games since 2005 and it is hoped that their relationship with Caudwell Children will raise funds as well as widespread awareness for the charity.

Switch Galaxy Ultra is coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in July, we were lucky enough to play both versions. See our preview of the game here.


Described as “an insanely addictive, fast-paced, reflex-based arcade challenge with two modes of play, gorgeous visuals and high quality audio”, the new Switch Galaxy Ultra will feature a Caudwell Children download pack which will include an exclusive Caudwell Children ship upgrade and provide players with access to exciting new levels and special features. All of Atomicom’s profits from the pack will be donated to the charity.

Launched at the recent Gamescom trade fair in Cologne, CEO and Co-Founder of Atomicom, Gary Nichols said: “We are delighted to announce our support for Caudwell Children.

We have wanted to work with the charity for a while and feel this is the perfect time for us to support them so we devised an exclusive download pack for them with sales of this going to help support the work they do. We can’t wait to launch the game as it’s really come a long way since we launched Switch on mobile back in 2011, it’s quite an amazing story for us to have the latest version launching on PS4 and PS Vita and to bring Caudwell Children with us along for the ride.” Trudi Beswick, CEO of Caudwell Children said: “The announcement that Caudwell Children will play a key role within Switch Galaxy Ultra is a fantastic one for the charity.

Having our own download pack within the game will in no small way help us deliver practical and emotional support to families caring for disabled children I would like to thank all the team at Atomicom for their generosity and I look forward to seeing Caudwell Children’s name spread further.”