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We have a new batch of gameplay from the 3D platformer Demon Turf: Neon Splash. The game was not only announced for Switch to close out the week, but the game saw a surprise release as well.

More information about Demon Turf: Neon Splash can be found below.

Demon Turf, which released on Switch back in November, has just received a new standalone adventure titled Demon Turf: Neon Splash.

Demon Turf: Neon Splash features even more 3D platforming. The game kicks off with Beebz and her friends having been sucked into the neon splattered world of a painting and need to get back home. Features include a system in which players can place checkpoints at any time, leaderboards, a Photo Mode, and much more.

Publisher Playtonic Friends and developer Castle Pixel have brought us a new trailer for Blossom Tales 2: The Minotaur Prince. It shows off the new alchemy and potion mechanics of the game.

For those interested, here’s some more information on the game:

Limited Run Games has teamed up with Playtonic and Fabraz on a physical release of Demon Turf for Switch, it’s been announced.

The 3D platformer originally launched back in November. However, it has only been made available digitally on the Switch eShop thus far.

Demon Turf gained a new 1.1 update on Switch today. It comes with the removal/replacement of combat zones, the ability to turn off camera overrides, a bunch of adjustments, and a ton of fixes.

The full patch notes for the Demon Turf version 1.1 update are as follows:

A Little Golf Journey, which originally debuted on the Switch eShop, is now confirmed for physical release. Limited Run Games announced the news on its social media pages just a short while ago.

A Little Golf Journey first appeared on Switch last October. It had not been offered in boxed format until now.

A sequel to Yooka-Laylee is in development, developer Playtonic has confirmed.

That news comes as part of an announcement the company made earlier this week, revealing that it has sold a minority stake to Tencent.

Yooka-Laylee developer Playtonic has announced that it has sold a minority stake to leading technology company Tencent.

Playtonic says it “will retain full creative control over its IP and will use the investment to scale from their current one team structure to multiple teams, with an emphasis on hiring diverse talent from near and afar, improving their HQ, as well as looking to expand in new locations.”

Speaking about bringing Tencent into the fold, Playtonic founder Gavin Price explained:

Demon Turf is about to make its debut on Switch, and we now have some early gameplay. A video published today contains over 20 minutes of footage.

In case you missed our previous coverage, here’s an overview of Demon Turf:

We recently heard that Demon Turf is slated for release on Switch next month, and publisher Playtonic Friends and developer Fabraz have now have debuted a new trailer. The two sides made the November 4 launch date official today.

Here’s some additional information about Demon Turf:

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