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Monkey Barrels

Nicalis has announced its latest physical release for Switch. Monkey Barrels, a twin-stick shooter developed by Yoshi’s Crafted World developer Good Feel, will have a boxed copy in the west starting on December 11.

The physical version of Monkey Barrels includes a full-color instruction manual and a reversible cover insert with alternate artwork. Of course, you’ll be getting the cartridge as well.

Monkey Barrels will cost $39.99 at retail.

Source: Nicalis PR

Monkey Barrels, the twin-stick shooter from Yoshi’s Crafted World developer Good Feel, previously released on the Switch eShop. Retailer listings have now outed a physical version coming from Justdan International. It will launch on December 10.

Despite the lack of news for the west, Monkey Barrels already supports multiple languages worldwide. Given that, the physical version in Japan will likely include English as well.


Monkey Barrels, Good Feel’s action-packed shooter, launches on Switch this week. Take a look at some footage in the video below.

The eShop has updated with a listing for Monkey Barrels, a top-down shooter from Yoshi’s Crafted World developer Good-Feel. That page provides an official overview with information.

Here are the full details:

This week’s issue of Famitsu has an announcement for a new game from Good-Feel: Monkey Barrels, a top-down action shooting game for Nintendo Switch. You move your character with the left stick while aiming with the right stick. There will also be online multiplayer for up to six players.

This will be the first game that Good-Feel have published themselves. They’ve previously done a lot of contract work for Nintendo – their most famous games are Kirby’s Epic Yarn, Yoshi’s Woolly World and Yoshi’s Crafted World. The game will be released next week, on November 7. So far, it’s only been confirmed for a Japanese release.