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WildKid releasing on Switch

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Earlier today, Circle Entertainment announced plans to publish Koi and Shelter Generations on Switch. Those won’t be their only two games for Nintendo’s console, however.

A brief Twitter message from Circle also reveals that WildKid is coming to Switch. We don’t know much, but it will be exclusive to Switch and is being made by a Chinese developer. Stay tuned for more information.

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Circle Entertainment has announced that two of their games, Koi and Shelter Generations, are making their way to the Nintendo Switch.

Koi, previously released on the Wii U, is a colorful adventure game where you control a koi fish. Shelter Generations, on the other hand, seems to be a new title in the same line as Shelter and Shelter 2.

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Alchemic Dungeons made it to Europe over a month ago. In North America, the digital game is scheduled for this week. Circle Entertainment announced via Twitter that a release is planned for Thursday.

Alchemic Dungeons is a roguelike featuring item crafting. More information is included below.

Pan-Pan coming to Switch

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Pan-Pan is making its way to Switch, a listing on the eShop reveals.

Spelkraft originally developed Pan-Pan, which debuted on Steam last year. It’s an adventure-exploration game with puzzles and more.

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Parascientific Escape – Crossing at the Farthest Horizon is coming soon to 3DS. To download the eShop game, you’ll need 999 blocks (124.875MB) of free space.

North America is getting Parascientific Escape – Crossing at the Farthest Horizon this Thursday. The European release will follow soon after.

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Circle Entertainment has confirmed that Parascientific Escape – Crossing at the Farthest Horizon is coming to North America this week. The game will be distributed on Thursday via the eShop for $5.

Parascientific Escape – Crossing at the Farthest Horizon is also launching in Europe at some point. A release date hasn’t been announced, though it shouldn’t be too far off.

We’ve included some details about Parascientific Escape – Crossing at the Farthest Horizon below, along with a trailer

The fusion of puzzle solving escape game and command selection adventure game – Parascientific Escape series Vol.3 – is here!

Choose from the two previous protagonists: Kyosuke Ayana and Hitomi Akeneno, proceed with the separated stories on the stage of Latoua City, escape from three prisoned rooms!

Months after the luxury cruise ship explosion case, the girl with two psychic powers, Hitomi Akeneno, has engaged in saving people with the psychic research facility, ZENA, is struggling to strengthen her abilities.

At the same time, the detective with an artificial arm that has the ability to change the past time, Kyosuke Ayana, has just received the information that, Ritsu Kamiji, the person concerned with the serial killer case in Camellia Hills, would probably make some trouble in the small country of Eastern Europe, Witsarock. To stop the potential disaster, he set out for Witsarock.

Now, the time of crossing the two stories, has arrived.

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Kamiko’s sales have surpassed 110,000 units, according to Circle Entertainment co-founder and CEO Chris Chau.

48 percent of the Switch game’s sales were from America. Europe and Australia is next at 27 percent, followed by Japan at 25 percent. Kamiko has been on sale for roughly three months in Japan and 2.5 months elsewhere. While the US is the biggest market so far, “the Eastern market still has a lot of users we can’t ignore.”

Chau told Nintendo Life:

“We are usually thinking about why some local titles perform better than Western titles in Japan, and we think most of the reasoning comes back to game pricing, localization and local PR. Of course it’s case by case, but regardless I think the Eastern market deserves attention from developers. Also we know many Chinese gamers may purchase a Switch from Hong Kong, so we’ve suggested to the developers that they should consider a Chinese language pack.”

Skipmore, who developed the game, is now working on Picontier. It’s targeted for release this year.

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Among this week’s new 3DS titles are Kirby’s Blowout Blast and Alchemic Dungeons (currently Europe only, not out in North America). Both are digital games.

With Kirby’s Blowout Blast, you’ll need 754 blocks of free space. Alchemic Dungeons takes up 858 blocks. That’s 94.25MB and 107.25MB respectively.

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Of Mice and Sand is due out on the North American 3DS eShop this Thursday. In Europe, it’s arriving next week.

As confirmed by Circle Entertainment’s Twitter page:


In case you missed it previously, here’s the overview for Of Mice and Sand:

“By ordering the mice crew living in the Desert ship, you can build facilities on the ship and make food for breeding the mice with various items. With the development of the ship, more mice will join in and they can accomplish more jobs. Don’t let them starve and make them rich.

Your final goal is to reach the other side of the desert and find the legendary land of gold to the east, El Dorado!”

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Following a Nintendo Direct last September, Arc System Works’ Sabaku no Nezumidan landed on the Japanese 3DS eShop. Now it’s heading west.

According to a listing on Nintendo’s website, Sabaku no Nezumidan has been localized under the name “Of Mice And Sand”. Circle Entertainment is putting it out in North America this coming Thursday, June 1. Pricing is set at $7.99.

Here’s a brief overview:

“By ordering the mice crew living in the Desert ship, you can build facilities on the ship and make food for breeding the mice with various items. With the development of the ship, more mice will join in and they can accomplish more jobs. Don’t let them starve and make them rich.

Your final goal is to reach the other side of the desert and find the legendary land of gold to the east, El Dorado!”

And the original Japanese trailer:

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