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FDG Entertainment published another new blog for Monster Boy. For today’s entry, we’re once again able to see how one of the game’s areas has been completely reworked.

This is what Monster World Village used to look like:

And the new version:

The old version of the inn “looks nice but not refined enough to meet todays standards.” As for the new version, it “shows the new quality level which we aim to reach in all areas of the game.” The developers added: “With 4 years in production, we don’t want to have any drawbacks and finish the game properly so it can shine and impress.”


Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas is set to arrive on Switch tomorrow as an eShop download. Watch a half hour of gameplay below.

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas launches on Switch next week. If you’re planning on downlaoding the game, note that 280MB of free space is needed. Look for it on June 22.


Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas launches for Switch via the eShop on June 22. This will be the only way to purchase the game. Reader StrawHatEevee emailed the developer, and received a reply stating that there are currently “no plans” to make it available as a physical release.

FDG will be publishing Monster Boy on Switch. Unlike Oceanhorn, there’s a good chance for a physical version of that game.

FDG Entertainment revealed today that their Zelda-inspired action adventure game Oceanhorn: Monster of the Uncharted Seas will launch on Nintendo Switch on June 22nd. The game will run at 60fps in 1080p while the Switch is docked and in 720p while in handheld mode.


Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap made it to Switch last month, but we also can’t forget about Monster Boy – which is also planned for the system. Last week, the developers shared a blog to show off the game’s improved visuals.

What you see is the new visual style. The image below is the old version. It now features added lighting and detail.

Good news: Monster Boy may not be too far off. The team is now “in the final stage of development.”


In a post made on the forum NeoGaf earlier today, a developer from FDG Entertainment stated that, while too earlier to confirm anything, the Switch and PS4 will be likely to see physical releases. Read the full post below.

It’s too early to confirm anything but Switch and PS4 have the best chances for a physical release because of a less risky business. That said we love Xbox One too – everyone from the [email protected] Team is super nice and helpful. We’ll see! Hopefully there’s enough interest coming from players of all platforms while we’re pitching to retail distributors. The amount of Twitter votes for a physical copy of Monster Boy have been very encouraging so far. Thanks for the continued interest!

It seems somewhat likely that we’ll see a physical release here. We’ll keep you updated should anything more concrete show up.


FDG Entertainment prepared a new video today that provides a first look at Oceanhorn running on Switch. The brief clip, posted below, is off-screen but shows the game running at 60 frames per second.

Do you want to see a physical version of Monster Boy on Switch? Now’s your chance to let publisher FGD Entertainment know.

On Twitter, the company put out a message asking fans if they’re interested in Monster Boy getting a retail release. Simply “like” the message to show your support.


Nintendo World Report captured extensive footage from Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom at PAX East earlier this month. Watch 25 minutes of gameplay below.

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