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As we heard yesterday, Bloody: Bunny: The Game is coming soon to Switch. Take a look at some footage in the video below.

Bloody Bunny: The Game arrives for Switch on March 11. You can check out additional details and a trailer here.

The fast-paced hack-and-slash action title Bloody Bunny: The Game is coming soon to Switch, DigiPen Game Studios and Quantum Peaks have announced. A release is planned for March 11.

Here’s an overview of Bloody Bunny: The Game, along with a trailer:

Earlier this year, DigiPen Game Studios created the platformer puzzle game TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom. The developer has since teamed up with YouTube’s AbdallahSmash026 to give some insight into how players can better approach the game with a few tips and tricks. Watch the video below.

DigiPen Game Studios has announced that it is releasing TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom Tuned Edition, a new update to the Switch platform puzzle game. It’s out now for all players.

Today’s update features a number of enhancements. These include reduced difficulty in certain stages, lowered cooldown time on all items, increased time limit for some stages, and more.

TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom is currently on sale for $12.99.

Source: DigiPen Game Studios PR

TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom is set for release on Switch via the eShop this Friday. For a look at some footage, check out the video below.

TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom was announced for Switch about a month ago. It’s made by Zengami, a studio founded by former staffers at Atari Melbourne House.

Over on the Australian eShop, TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom has been dated. The puzzle-platformer is expected out on March 9. Given past releases, this should be out in the same day in Europe and North America.

Here’s more on TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom for those who missed our previous coverage:

Zengami and and DigiPen Game Studios have announced TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom, a new platform puzzle game for Switch. It’s expected to arrive on the eShop in March.

Here’s some additional information and a trailer:

Nintendo and digital media university DigiPen – in conjunction with Media Development Authority – today launched the DigiPen Game Studios. This new group will be looking to discover and publish titles from Singapore.

DigiPen Game Studios will be scouting potential projects to support during a conference that will be held later in the year. Proposals that are chosen will be developed and eventually distributed for sale on the 3DS eShop, though other gaming systems could eventually follow. DigiPen International chief operating officer Jason Chu has said that the company hopes to select ten games from Singapore by next year.

Developers that are chosen for this new initiative will receive mentorship and assistance from DigiPen. Additionally, Nintendo intends to fully market the different games.

Thanks to Tenku_no_Miko for the tip.

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