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Publisher Crunching Koalas and developer Buckshot Software’s first person shooter, Project Warlock, arrives on the Switch eShop today.

Check out some gameplay below.

To celebrate the release of the first-person shooter Project Warlock, Crunching Koalas and Project Warlock have shared a new launch trailer. Check it out below.

Project Warlock will be out on Switch via the eShop on June 11.

The retro first-person shooter Project Warlock will release on Switch in June, publisher Crunching Koalas and developer Buckshot Software announced today. It’ll be available digitally via the eShop starting June 11.

We have the following overview and trailer for the game:

Publisher Crunching Koalas and developer Studio Gauntlet today announced that Bonkies, a couch co-op construction builder, is in the works for Switch. The game will be seeing a release on Nintendo’s console sometime this summer.

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

MouseCraft, an A to B puzzle game, is out today on the Switch eShop. Take a look at the official launch trailer below.

MouseCraft is a game we covered here back in 2015. At the time, Crunching Koalas intended to make a Wii U version of the puzzle title. While that didn’t materialize in the end, we’ll now be getting it on Switch instead.

A listing for MouseCraft has appeared on the Switch eShop. According to the store page, we’ll be seeing it in just a couple of weeks.

Red Art Games is teaming up with Crunching Koalas and Juggler Games for a physical version of My Memory of Us.

1,600 units will be produced with an English cover, and there will be another 800 with a French cover. There are also plans to make 500 units of a collector’s edition.

Pre-orders for My Memory of Us’ physical version open on Red Art Games’ website tomorrow, December 4, at 3 PM UTC.


Darkwood is out today on the Switch eShop. Have a look at some footage in the video below.

The survival horror game Darkwood will be out on Switch via the eShop starting on Thursday. Watch the game’s official launch trailer below.

Darkwood will be available for Switch on May 16, according to a listing on the eShop. The top-down survival horror title was confirmed for Nintendo’s console last month.

Here’s an overview of Darkwood: