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BySamb has confirmed some extra information about BlobCat. When the game comes to Switch, cross-platform play with the PC version will be supported.

The official BlobCat Twitter account sent out the news:


A release window for BlobCat on Switch hasn’t been announced as of yet, but it shouldn’t be too far off.

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Ratalakia Games and Wraith Games have announced Collapsus, a new puzzle game. It’s built around “a unique block-crunching risk-reward, resource management system as well as a brand new gravity rotation mechanic”.

Here’s a rundown of features:

Fire Emblem Heroes has received a pair of new content updates tonight.

First, a new summoning event is live. This one focuses on three Heroes with skills that make Specials easier to trigger. It’ll be up until April 22.

Also running is the latest Rival Domains Special Map. Players will earn a bonus for defeating foes with infantry allies. Fire Emblem Heroes will be hosting it until April 14.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has updated once again, and has brought along new paint jobs that are available at OK Motors. These options include royal coach, family vacation, and paw print.

Along with paint jobs, new walls and floors are in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp as well. They are as follows:

On Thursday, Studio Wumpus released its new game Sumer via the Switch eShop. We have the launch trailer below.

This week’s Switch eShop charts are as follows:

Software

1. Rocket League
2. Kirby Star Allies
3. SteamWorld Dig
4. Kamiko
5. Arcade Archives Vs. Super Mario Bros.
6. Stardew Valley
7. Human: Fall Flat
8. Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition
9. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
10. Arcade Archives Punch-Out!!
11. Overcooked: Special Edition
12. Zelda: Breath of the Wild
13. Super Mario Odyssey
14. Splatoon 2
15. ARMS
16. Celeste
17. SteamWorld Dig 2
18. LEGO City Undercover
19. Enter the Gungeon
20. LEGO Worlds

Source: Switch eShop

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A new Feh Channel broadcast for Fire Emblem Heroes is just on the horizon. It’ll take place on April 9 in North America and April 10 in Europe, Nintendo has announced.

The presentation will air at the following times:

A few weeks ago, Famitsu did something rather interesting and out of the norm for the magazine. A questionnaire was sent out to overseas fans – as opposed to readers in Japan – and asked them to share some information about their favorite Japanese games. The results were published in the latest issue this week.

As for the rankings, below are the top 20:

Nintendo Treehouse is starting to gear up for Mario Tennis Aces. In a new blog, two types of characters are covered: all-around and technical.

The full post can be read below. Note that defensive and powerful characters will be covered next.

Splatoon 2’s rollout of weapons continued tonight with the Clash Blaster Neo.

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