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Earlier this summer, Yeo announced Fading Afternoon as its next project following The Friends of Ringo Ishikawa. During the Asobu Indie Showcase 2021 broadcast, the game was confirmed for Switch. Circle Entertainment will be publishing.

Fading World will feature an open world in which players can choose their own objective. Fans can look forward to a stylish combat system with guns, katanas, and more. Mini games like fishing will be included as well.

Here’s an overview of the game:

The pixelated action-adventure game Arrest of a Stone Buddha is arriving for Switch on May 21. Check out some early footage in the video below.

Arrest of a Stone Buddha will be sold digitally on Switch via the eShop.

Arrest of a Stone Buddha will launch for Switch on May 21, publisher Circle Entertainment and developer Yeo announced today. The game will be sold digitally as an eShop title.

Here’s an overview of Arrest of a Stone Buddha, along with a trailer:

Circle Entertainment and Yeo – the developer of The Friends of Ringo Ishikawa – today announced that Arrest of a Stone Buddha. It will be released on Nintendo’s console following feedback received from the Steam version, which is out today.

Arrest of a Stone Buddha offers a mixture of “high-octane shoot’em up action and a downtempo mundane life.” More details can be found below, along with a trailer.

The friends of Ringo Ishikawa is hitting the Switch eShop on Thursday. Take a look at some footage in the video below.

Circle Entertainment has announced that it will publish the yeo-developed game The friends of Ringo Ishikawa on Switch. A release window has yet to be confirmed.

The friends of Ringo Ishikawa “is a beat ’em up experience combined with imaginative storytelling, fun minigames, retro-style visuals and a funky soundtrack.” It takes place duing the final year at high school in a Japanese town and based around gangs and delinquent life. Developer yeo says it’s an “existential open world beat’em up with some school sim elements”.