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Jim Is Moving Out!, a mashup of platforming and puzzle gameplay, will be landing on the eShop next week. That’s according to an eShop listing, which includes a July 19 release date.

Here’s an overview of the game, along with a trailer:

The Keep is gearing up for a release on Switch this coming Thursday. Get a look at some footage in the video below.

The Keep, a dungeon crawler that previously appeared on 3DS, has been confirmed for Switch. Cinemax announced today that it will publish the title on December 20 in North America and December 24 in Europe.

Here’s an overview as well as a trailer:

The Rytmik series has been around since the days of the DS. Cinemax brought the series’ next iteration, Rytmik Ultimate, to 3DS towards the end of 2015. The company is now cooking up the latest entry: Rytmik Studio.

Rytmik Studio will allow users to create music once again. If you haven’t heard about the series previously, this handy overview should keep you updated:

Rytmik Ultimate is due out on the 3DS eShop this week, Cinemax has announced. It should be available in both North America and Europe starting on Thursday.

You’ll be able to use Rytmik Ultimate “to play with samples and musical instruments” as well as “mix them together, shape them and create music clips or tracks for your Friday night set-list.” A trailer for the title is posted below. Additionally, after the break, you’ll find a comprehensive overview.

Rytmik Ultimate is gearing up for its release on the 3DS eShop. In an update provided by Cinemax, the developer said that it’s now in Nintendo’s approval process and is targeted for launch in December.

Rytmik Ultimate will allow users to share music they’ve created online through the “Rytmik Cloud”. They’ll also be able to “exchange their songs and cooperate on their composing”.


The Keep trailer

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Cinemax’s first-person dungeon crawler “The Keep” is coming soon to the 3DS eShop. The game now has a confirmed release date of September 11 for North America and September 18 for Europe. Pricing is set at $12.99 / 9.99 / £8.99. Expect more information and a launch trailer sometime this week.



Cinemax has announced “The Keep” for the 3DS eShop with a release planned for summer.

The Keep is a new, old-school dungeon crawler. Players will experience real-time combat set in a first-person view.

Cinemax says the game’s core idea is “to bring the essence and dark atmosphere of RPGs from the past to a new platform with touch screen based controls for newcomers and fans of the genre alike.”

The Keep has players taking on a quest “to explore caves and mines filled with monsters to slain and puzzles to solve underneath and surrounding tower of evil sorcerer.” Apparently, you should expect to die quite a bit.

Cinemax has been working on The Keep for over 15 months. Why? The company explained:

Cinemax are trying to pour all their love for old-school games into the game and proving themselves that they were wrong saying after the release of the Inquisitor: “We will never ever make a RPG game ever again!”