New Switch Game Announcements
Three new games for the Japanese Switch eShop with Octonaut on June 25 and both Doodle God: Evolution and Pool Slide Story on July 2.
The world has been taken over by an alien invasion. On the eve of destruction, humanity calls out for help! Octonaut is a retro shoot’em up inspired by 16-bit classics. Save the world from alien invasion by shooting and dodging your way through 8 action-packed levels with sinister bosses! Collect a variety of power-ups including lasers, bowling balls and ninja stars to take down enemies and defend the planet. Octonaut releases worldwide on the Nintendo Switch eShop on June 25 courtesy of eastasiasoft. Trailer here.
Doodle God: Evolution
Doodle God: Evolution is a unique edition of the well-known game that includes not only the classic Doodle God, but Doodle Farm as well. And now, in this addicting all ages game, not only fire, earth, water and air but also plankton, mammals or birds will be at your disposal. Mix and match different combinations of elements to build an entire civilisation and re-create the evolution of the animal world! Doodle God: Evolution is out now in the west. The Japanese version releases on July 2 courtesy of Worker Bee and priced at ¥1,280. Trailer here.
Tokonatsu Pool Palace (Pool Slide Story)
The time has come to open your very own water park! Add exciting facilities, and your visitors will take selfies, generating free publicity for you! Befriend them and they’ll send you comments and suggestions. Make your visitors happy by offering a range of foods and beverages for purchase at food stalls, creating coloured or scented pools, and giving away free floats and swimwear. Pool Slide Story releases worldwide on the Nintendo Switch eShop on July 2 courtesy of Kairosoft, with preloads live from June 25 for ¥1,500. Trailer here.
All three titles have been added to the Schedule page which also today has added the September release date for Pro Yakyuu Famista 2020 and the EA announcements of Apex Legends (Fall), FIFA 21 Legacy Edition (October), and Lost in Random (2021). Dedicated posts for Famista (here) and the EA titles (here) have also been posted!