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Genesis Noir physical

Serenity Forge, Fellow Traveller, and Feral Cat Den have announced a partnership for a physical release of Genesis Noir on Switch.

A standard version and collector’s edition are planned. With the standard release, priced at $39.99, you’ll get a physical copy of the game, illustrated inner coversheet, 3D lenticular card, Yoshitoshi-inspired illustrations on a two-sided poster, and high-quality vinyl sticker sheet. The $119.99 collector’s edition has everything in the standard version plus a collector’s box, detailed 134 page art book featuring developer commentary, set of four postcards depicting iconic scenes from Genesis Noir, distinctive space linked keychain with characters from the game, dynamic spinner clock enamel pin, and a high-quality wristwatch with face art inspired by the game.

Art of Rally physical

Serenity Forge today announced that it will be producing physical versions of Art of Rally on Switch. They’ll be available on September 16, 2022.

Art of Rally will be sold physically on Switch with a standard version and collector’s edition. More information about both can be found below.

Death's Gambit: Afterlife Ashes of Vados

Death’s Gambit: Afterlife players on Switch can now get their hands on new content, as Ashes of Vados has recently been made available. This follows the game’s original launch back in September.

Death’s Gambit: Afterlife Ashes of Vados acts as an epilogue to the main story with new features and modes. It contains new boss fights, a new combat arena, and more.

Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator

After an initial debut on PC and Xbox last year, Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator has just made the jump to Switch. Serenity Forge has even confirmed plans for a physical version.

Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator is described as “a story-centric market simulator about making a profit from body parts, and plying your fleshy wares to a strange and evolving universe of clients.” Players will “monitor market trends, fulfill client requests, unknowingly create a sentient deity of meat that will one day absorb all life.”

Absolute Drift physical

Publisher Serenity Forge and developer Funselektor Labs announced this week that the top-down minimalist driving game Absolute Drift is getting a physical release on Switch. While it’s been on the system since the end of 2020, the title has only been offered as a digital download on the eShop.

The Absolute Drift: Premium Physical Edition will include a collectible folded poster that matches the minimalist style of the game, a stylized sticker sheet, and a 3D lenticular card.

Here’s some information about the game:

Land of Screens trailer

Land of Screens has now released on Switch following a previous delay, publisher Serenity Forge and developer Way Down Deep have announced – and we have a new trailer.

The title was previously on track for December 25, 2021. However, it was quietly delayed, and it’s unclear why the extra time was needed. In any case, you can grab the game right now.

Here’s everything you need to know about Land of Screens:

Death's Gambit Ashes of Vados

Serenity Forge and White Rabbit aren’t finished with Death’s Gambit: Afterlife, as new DLC for the game has been announced known as Ashes of Vados. It will land on Switch this spring.

Ashes of Vados comes with a brand-new boss encounter with a drastically different heroic boss variant that will conclude the final story thread of Death’s Gambit: Afterlife. It also includes “the ultimate platforming challenge level and a new Arena with both boss rush and horde mode.” Finally, there’ll be alternative game modifiers with modes such as randomized items, heroic forced and hardcore mode. Each one of these challenges contains their own set of rewards.

Date Night Bowling gameplay

Ahead of its launch tomorrow, gameplay has emerged for the Switch title Date Night Bowling. 18 minutes of footage is available.

Thanks to an eShop listing, we have the following overview for Date Night Bowling:

Land of Screens

The point-and-click adventure title Land of Screens will soon be appearing on Switch, publisher Serenity Forge and developer Way Deep Down have announced. It will launch on December 25.

Here’s an overview of the game’s premise:

Date Night Bowling

Today, publisher Serenity Forge and developer Way Down Deep announced that they’re putting Date Night Bowling on Switch. The game will be available on November 26.

Bowling is naturally the focus here, but that’s not all. The game’s premise is that you’re at the local bowling alley for a dating event. You’ll strike up a conversation, check out the bowling lanes, and try to make a good first impression. Aside from bowling skills, you’ll try to win over your date “on your ability to tell well-timed jokes, throw popcorn into their mouth, give the perfect shoulder rub, and more”.

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