Oizumi Amuzio will be publishing the bee simulation game Bee Simulator for Nintendo Switch in Japan on April 23, with the game now available to preload priced at ¥5,382 until May 13, and then the regular price of ¥5,980. The game includes English language support and requires 6.5 GB. A physical version of the game is also coming to Japan and can be pre-ordered at this link. Check out the Japanese box art below…
Numskull Games have just shadow dropped the Metroidvania game SuperEpic: The Entertainment War on the Japanese Switch eShop priced at ¥1,840. The game includes English language support and requires 497 MB. SuperEpic is a satirical and humorous Metroidvania style action-adventure game, starring a raccoon and a llama in their quest to save an Orwellian society from the rule of an evil corporation.
MLBAM have just shadow dropped the baseball game R.B.I. Baseball 20 on the Japanese Switch eShop priced at ¥3,139. The game includes English language support and requires 6.9 GB. R.B.I. Baseball 20 features all-new controls, 165+ MLB legends and legend teams, Franchise, Exhibition and Home Run Derby game modes, and an up-to-date rosters and stats.
Oizumi Amuzio have just shadow dropped the puzzle platformer Selma and the Wisp on the Japanese Switch eShop priced at ¥1,100. The game supports Japanese language only and requires 512 MB. Selma and the Wisp is an astonishing platform game with a particularly eerie feel to it. Densely packed with logical puzzles and unexpected obstacles, innovative gameplay.
Thunderful have just shadow dropped the strategy game Curious Expedition on the Japanese Switch eShop priced at ¥1,680. The game includes English language support and requires 424 MB. Curious Expedition is a roguelike expedition simulation set in the late 19th century. Take the role of famous historical personalities and venture forth on expeditions to unexplored regions on a quest for fame, science and, of course, fortune!
Triple Scale Games have announced they will be publishing the squirrel party game Save Your Nuts on the Japanese Switch eShop on April 16, 2020 priced at ¥1,520 with preloads now live. The game includes English language support and requires 1.3 GB. Save Your Nuts features online multiplayer, couch party for up to 8 Players or bots, competitive game modes, and customisable, power-ups and interactive levels.
● Animal Crossing: New Horizons saw its first even today with the Bunny Day event which also welcomed the arrival of Zipper T. Bunny. Check your game is at Version 1.1.1a in order to play. Screenshots posted here.