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Super Retro Platformer Collection

Original (10/19): Leoful today unveiled Super Retro Platformer Collection, a new Switch physical release featuring four different titles by German retro indie studio Diplodocus Games. It will release in 2023.

The collection includes both 2D and 3D platformers. Commander Keen in Keen Dreams: Definitive Edition, Macbat 64, Regina & Mac, and Toree 3D will be packed in. These titles were made available on the eShop previously as digital downloads.

Leoful says it’ll have more information, including a specific release date, pricing, and pre-orders in the future. Note that Super Retro Platformer Collection is only planned for Asia at present, but importing will be an option for anyone who’s interested.

Update (12/5): Super Retro Platformer Collection will launch on January 13, 2023 in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, and other Asian markets. Pre-orders begin today – those in other regions will need to import, but as always, that isn’t an issue since Switch is region-free.

Here’s everything you need to know:

Enjoy four great retro platformers inspired by the NES, SNES, and Nintendo 64 eras in Super Retro Platformer Collection, featuring Commander Keen in Keen Dreams: Definitive Edition, Macbat 64, Regina & Mac, and Toree 3D!

Game 1: Commander Keen in Keen Dreams: Definitive Edition

Commander Keen is back. In the modernised Definitive Edition of the lost episode “Keen Dream”, Keen has to fend off a nasty nightmare about evil vegetables. The Definitive Edition features full widescreen support, twelve all-new levels – doubling the length over the 1990 original – and a full music score. The game structure has been reworked to make the game a more modern experience without sacrificing any of the original charm!

Game 2: Macbat 64: Journey of a Nice Chap

Embark on a journey with the lovable bat Macbat, as he ventures through 9 colorful platforming levels to obtain the keys to the water factory to restore water production. Featuring a playful artstyle reminiscent of the 64-bit era, Macbat 64 will fly right to the hearts of all 90s platformer fans.

Game 3: Regina & Mac

Join the macaw Regina and the tyrannosaurus Mac on their adventure as they try to escape a lifeless research lab. The only way out? To find the golden Floppy discs on which the memory of the lab’s computer system U64 is stored so that it can help the duo to find an exit. Regina & Mac is a 3D platformer that stands in the tradition of the classics from the late 90s and offers a fair challenge even for genre aficionados.

Game 4: Toree 3D

A bite-sized 3D platformer with a few weird elements. Life as a chirp is hard: As Toree straddles about, a creepy mean guy comes rushing along and steals Toree’s ice cream. In an attempt to right this wrong, Toree starts a furious chase through nine carefully crafted levels with a strong emphasis on speed and flow.

Source: Leoful PR

Xiaomei and the Flame Dragon's Fist

Leoful announced today that the company is teaming up with Japanese indie developer PiXEL to bring the 16-bit kung fu action game Xiaomei and the Flame Dragon’s Fist to Switch in the west. A release is planned for 2022.

Xiaomei and the Flame Dragon’s Fist pays homage to kung fu games from the 80s and 90s. It stars Xiaomei, who goes on a journey to save her elder sister, Xiaoyin, from the influence of the Dark Dragon. On Switch, the game includes a new story mode featuring Xiaoyin, new characters, and other unlockable content.

Developer Salt Castle Studio and publisher Leoful have announced that a new update is coming to Alpaca Ball: Allstars to celebrate the Lunar New Year, bringing some new cosmetic items and returning content to the game. Here are the details:

The Company Man trailer

Leoful and Forust have issued a launch trailer for The Company Man, their action platformer inspired by the television series The Office. This ties in with the game’s launch on Switch this week.

For more on The Company Man, have a look at the following overview:

The Company Man gameplay

After it was announced today that The Company Man will be reaching Switch next week, a demo popped up on the eShop – and we now have gameplay. 15 minutes of footage is in.

In case you missed it previously, here’s everything you need to know about the game:

company man release date

The Company Man, an office adventure game from publisher Leoful and developer Forust, now has a release date. The two sides confirmed that it will be dropping digitally on January 21.

The Company Man was only just announced for Switch last month. It had an early 2022 release window at the time.

The Company Man

Publisher Leoful and developer Forust have announced that The Company Man, an action platformer and office adventure game, is heading to Switch. It will release in early 2022.

The Company Man, which takes inspiration from the television show “The Office”, has you playing as the young salaryman Jim who starts out at the Good Water Company. He sets out to overthrow his boss and become the CEO as he’s unsatisfied with how the company is run. You’ll launch email attacks against coworkers with a powerful keyboard, run and jump across departments from Human Resources to Marketing, and boost up with coffee beans.

Alpaca Ball: Allstars

A new update is available now for Alpaca Ball: Allstars titled the Japanese Summer Festival update. Here are the things being added:

Leoful and Salt Castle Studio have announced a free “Chaos Update” for the soccer party game Alpaca Ball: Allstars, which is out now on Switch. It contains two new stages with randomly generated obstacles and a pair of new Alpaca costume.

Here’s some additional information plus a trailer:


Leoful and Busy Toaster Games have readied a third major update for the terrain bending adventure Georifters. Version is out now.

The update introduces a new Punch assistance system that makes it much easier to time and connect ground bending punches with pixel perfect accuracy and the ability to play with motion controls. In terms of new content, eight additional levels are now available.

Also worth mentioning is that a free demo for Georifters is going live on the eShop today in North America. Those in Europe and Australia can access it beginning on April 22.

Source: Leoful PR

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