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Frank and Drake

Publisher Chorus Worldwide and STAY developer Appnormals Team have revealed Frank and Drake, a turn-based narrative experience. The game is on track to launch for Switch in Spring 2022.

Frank and Drake is a new take on the characters of Frankenstein and Dracula. The “intertwining, dual narrative, audiovisual adventure” features a story of two housemates who never meet, but whose lives are linked through the notes they leave each other around their home. The game will alternate between Frank, who’s a a machine-savvy, sickly man in the daylight hours and Drake, a mysterious newcomer to the city at night.

Red Art Games recently announced Old Man’s Journey as its first physical release on Switch. Next up on the docket is Stay, which came to the eShop last September. Pre-orders open this Thursday.

Aside from the game itself, buyers will be given a few extra goodies. These include DLC, a booklet with spritesheets and concept art, digital soundtrack, and a “special surprise code”.

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Stay footage

Posted on 3 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch eShop, Videos | 0 comments

Stay

Footage has emerged for Stay, one of the latest games to have joined the Switch eShop. Take a look at the gameplay below.

STAY

PQube has prepared a launch trailer to highlight Stay’s arrival on various platforms today, including Switch. See the video below.

Stay

PQube and Appnormals Team announced Stay for Switch last month. Thanks to a listing on the eShop, we now know that it’s launching in a couple of weeks.

We have the following overview and trailer for the pixel-art adventure game:

STAY

STAY is coming to Switch, PQube and Appnormals Team announced today. A release is scheduled for this summer.

STAY, a pixel-art adventure game featuring multiple routes and endings, involves a therapist named Quinn who finds himself trapped in a strange room with only a computer hooked up to an internet chat room. It’ll be your job to help him escape.


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