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Piczle Lines DX is getting a new update today. Players should soon be able to download version 1.2.

The new update adds 100 new puzzles to the game. You’ll find the following puzzle packs in Puzzle Mode:

America
Australia
United Kingdom
Japan
Christmas

Each pack has 20 new puzzles based on its theme including famous landmarks and food.

Source: Rainy Frog PR

The puzzle game Piczle Lines DX has received a demo on the Japanese eShop. It might be tricky to find, but you basically want to search for the title ピクセルラインDX. If you visit the eShop and access the search section, the first page you’ll see lists all available games. Piczle Lines DX should be far down on the list, but you’ll come across it eventually.

The Piczle Lines DX demo may eventually be pushed out in North America and Europe. For the time being, the Japanese version is useful since it actually includes English.

Source: Switch eShop

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Piczle Lines DX will be out on Switch next week. According to the game’s eShop listing, it takes up 167MB of space. Look for it on August 24 in North America and Europe.

Source: Switch eShop

Piczle Lines DX is arriving for Switch on August 24, Rainy Frog has announced. The puzzle game will be distributed on the eShop.

Additional information about Piczle Lines DX along with a trailer can be found below.

Update: We’ve received an announcement straight from Rainy Frog. Piczle Lines DX will be playable at Tokyo Indie Fest on May 14 in Akihabara, Tokyo. Also, news about the American and European release will follow later.

Interesting fact: Score Studios developed the engine and tools for The Last Guardian.


Original: Originally made available for mobile devices, puzzle game Piczle Lines DX is now jumping over to Switch. A new trailer issued today confirms an eShop version.

Rainy Frog is handling Piczle Lines DX in Japan, and potentially overseas as well. Score Studios originally developed for the project.

As for the actual game, Piczle Lines DX is all about connecting the right dots to form pictures. The mobile version is free-to-play, but the Switch edition should be paid.

You’ll get access to over 300 levels once purchased, with even more to come for free. Today’s trailer also shows support for the touchscreen in addition to the Joy-Con.