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In partnership with developer Cimu Games, Circle Entertainment announced today that it’s bringing Runestone Keeper to Switch. The roguelike dungeon crawler is due out on August 20 via the eShop.

We have the following overview and trailer for Runestone Keeper:

Limited Run Games has revealed a pair of collector’s editions for upcoming physical releases on Switch.

First up is Return of the Obra Dinn. Copies include the game, soundtrack, two double-sided posters and the book, all wrapped in special packaging. Pre-orders open on July 24 at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET and then again at 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET.

GameSpot has shared new footage from the puzzle-adventure title Ever Forward. Get a look at the gameplay in the video below.

Ever Forward is due out for Switch sometime in Q4 2020.

The text adventure game A Dark Room will be updated today to add a Game Boy-inspired aesthetic, matching the recent Japanese release, Circle Entertainment and Amir Rajan have announced. The patch is going out in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.

For those that need a refresher, here’s some information about A Dark Room:

When we last heard about Alchemic Cutie, the relaxing RPG was planned for a 2019 release. That year is well behind us, and we’re now halfway into 2020.

PM Studios, Circle Entertainment, Vakio, and Viridian Software finally provided an update during today’s New Game+ Expo broadcast. The project is on track for Q4 2020, the companies revealed.

Here’s an overview of Alchemic Cutie, along with a trailer:

PM Studios has announced that it will produce physical versions of both The Friends of Ringo Ishikawa and Where the Water Tastes Like Wine. Previously, the two titles were distributed on the eShop.

Other games featured during today’s New Game+ Expo broadcast will have physical versions as well. These include Ever Forward, Iris.Fall, Bladed Fury, Metal Revolution, and Alchemic Cutie.

The philosophical shoot ’em game Arrest of a Stone Buddha will be available for Switch starting May 21. Watch a new launch trailer below.

Arrest of a Stone Buddha will be distributed digitally for Switch via the eShop.

The pixelated action-adventure game Arrest of a Stone Buddha is arriving for Switch on May 21. Check out some early footage in the video below.

Arrest of a Stone Buddha will be sold digitally on Switch via the eShop.

Arrest of a Stone Buddha will launch for Switch on May 21, publisher Circle Entertainment and developer Yeo announced today. The game will be sold digitally as an eShop title.

Here’s an overview of Arrest of a Stone Buddha, along with a trailer:

Circle Entertainment and Yeo – the developer of The Friends of Ringo Ishikawa – today announced that Arrest of a Stone Buddha. It will be released on Nintendo’s console following feedback received from the Steam version, which is out today.

Arrest of a Stone Buddha offers a mixture of “high-octane shoot’em up action and a downtempo mundane life.” More details can be found below, along with a trailer.