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As was announced earlier today, a demo for BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! is live on the Switch eShop. View some footage of the download below.

Nintendo is letting fans try BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! ahead of its release next week. Just a few minutes ago, a demo was added to the Switch eShop. It’s also available for pre-load.

BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! launches April 26.


Nintendo and HAL Laboratory are still rolling out concept art for Kirby Star Allies. Our latest look at the game focuse on the game’s final art. Since this may fall into spoiler territory for some, we’ve posted the art after the break.

Nintendo and HAL Laboratory will be closing out the end of April with the first BoxBoy! game on Switch. View new screenshots of BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! below.

BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! launches for Switch via the eShop on April 26.

Kotaku published a new round of quotes from Shinya Kumazaki, the chief creator at HAL Laboratory. Kumazaki had plenty to say about the Kirby series, including the synergy between core games and spin-offs as well as having more ideas and not being burnt out on the series.

We’ve rounded up some of the more notable comments from Kumazaki below. For the full article, head on over to Kotaku.

Nintendo has issued a new video for BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! Have a look at the “Box basics” trailer below.

Nintendo and HAL Laboratory have sent out another round of concept art for Kirby Star Allies. The latest images feature Donpuff, Como, Anger Masker, and Sizzle Guard.

Here’s the full set:


Kotaku published a new piece on Kirby Star Allies today with HAL Laboratory’s chief creator, Shinya Kumazaki. Kumazaki revealed some of the DLC characters that didn’t make it in and why, addressed criticisms that the game was lacking content at launch, and more.

We’ve rounded up some of the notable comments from the interview below. You can find Kotaku’s full piece here.

Kotaku was recently about to conduct an email interview with the Kirby development team. As part of this, the site was able to ask about a different kind of topic – that being Kirby’s feet.

Here’s what Shinya Kumazaki, chief creator at HAL Laboratory, shared with Kotaku:

Prior to its launch on the Switch eShop in just a few weeks, Nintendo is featuring Box Boy! + Box Girl! at PAX East 2019 this week. Have a look at some footage below.