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Curve Digital and DoubleMoose Games have set a release date for Just Die Already on Switch. The old people mayhem sandbox game is set to arrive on May 20, the two companies revealed today.

Here’s an overview of the game:

Today, Curve Digital and Muse Games announced that they’re bringing Embr to Switch. The frantic firefighting game will launch on Nintendo’s console this summer.

We have the following overview and trailer for Embr:

Curve Digital and DoubleMoose are bringing the old people mayhem sandbox game Just Die Already to Switch, the two sides announced today. A release window has not yet been confirmed.

Here’s an overview with additional information about Just Die Already:

Hotshot Racing, which has so far been limited to the Switch eShop, will soon be getting a physical release. Although we don’t have an official announcement from Curve Digital just yet, retailers revealed the news early.

Those that pick up the physical version of Hotshot Racing will gain immediate access to the Big Boss Bundle DLC on the cartridge, containing the new mode Barrel Barrage and Boss Level Grand Prix.

The physical version of Hotshot Racing is currently on track for February 19. You can pre-order a copy on Amazon here or Best Buy here.

Curve Digital and Runner Duck have announced a new 1.2 update for Space Crew, the strategic simulation game.

It’ll include the following:

There’s a new update for the strategic simulation game Space Crew. Today, Curve Digital and Runner Duck issued version 1.1.

After installing the patch, players can access new difficulty options. The game also now has an increased crew size and unlimited slow time.

Space Crew is available now for Switch via the eShop.


Hotshot Racing was previously confirmed to be receiving free DLC, and now we have a bit of information as to what’s in store. The Big Boss Bundle has been revealed, which contains a new Barrel Barrage mode, an additional Grand Prix, and four new tracks.

Here’s a trailer from Curve Digital:

Curve Digital uploaded a new video for Hotshot Racing in which Sumo Digital and Lucky Mountain Games take fans behind the scenes of the the game. Give it a look below.

Hotshot Racing is out now for Switch via the eShop.

Curve Digital and No Brakes Games have put out a new 1.5.0 update for Human: Fall Flat. Once installed, players can access new “City” and “Golf” levels.

Below are details and trailers for both:


The industrious and puzzle-packed level ‘Factory’ was one of the biggest highlights of our first ever Workshop competition back in 2019.

In fact, its creator did such a fantastic job that we asked him to make us another level! Thanks a lot, Gotcha!

New level ‘City’ is an urban dreamscape packed with futuristic new sporting challenges. Humans can partake in hilarious versions of bowling, crossbows and basketball as they explore the level’s busy neon-lit rooftops. There’s also a brand new experience coming your way like nothing seen before in a Human level. That’s right, you can pilot your very own drone!


Golf was designed by community creator Simon Isacsson Andersen aka ‘PrinceS’ and won the Summer Human: Fall Flat Worldwide Workshop Competition, bagging its creator $10,000 USD. Golf features giant clubs that can launch players from one side of the level to the other, multiple traps and GIGANTIC contraptions which require players to hit tiny balls into seemingly smaller holes at just the right moment.

Source: Curve Digital PR

A new 1.0.2 update is now live for the Switch racer Hotshot Racing. Version 1.0.2 includes fixes and adjustments.

Below are the full patch notes: