Today’s Daily news: Arcade Archives Quarth releasing this week on Nintendo Switch, but also…
- Ova Magica
- Corpse Party
- Angelique Luminarise
- Timothy and the Mysterious Forest
- ININ Games
Arcade Archives Quarth
Hamster have announced that their latest Arcade Archives release on Nintendo Switch is Quarth. It will be released on January 21st worldwide, and as usual, it will cost 6.99€ / £6.29 / $7.99 / 838 Yen. The Japanese version will offer an English language option.
Here’s some screenshots:
Arcade Archives Quarth (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 21st worldwide.
It has been announced that the Kickstarter campaign for Ova Magica (a farming x monster taming game) will go live on January 26th. It was previously announced for February 9th, but will now kick off 2 weeks earlier. Check out this page if you want to be notified on launch day!
Source: ClaudiaTheDev (Twitter)
mages. have announced that Corpse Party will be released on February 28th in Japan.
Here’s some footage:
Corpse Party (Switch – eShop) comes out on February 28th in Japan.
Source: mages. (Twitter)
Here’s the latest set of screenshots for Angelique Luminarise:
Angelique Luminarise (Switch – eShop) comes out on May 20th in Japan.
Timothy and the Mysterious Forest
QubicGames have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Timothy and the Mysterious Forest (developed by Gamera Interactive). It will be released on January 22nd in Europe and North America.
Here’s some details and some screenshots:
Timothy it’s an “old school” style title with some modern-age ideas. A mix of retro graphics along with meta-narrative, stealth system action combat!
Timothy, a common child, wants to save his grandfather from certain death. The old man fell ill and he’s now fighting for his life. Timothy, who loves his grandfather very much, decides to take a risky journey to the infamous Mysterious Forest. Legends speak of a magic mushroom able to cure any disease that grows into the forest. Timothy bravely begins his journey to find the magic mushroom.
The game mixes elements from adventure/exploration games with puzzle and stealth: exploration, reading and keeping a slow pace is the best tactic. The high difficulty level is the base: Timothy is basically defenceless and dies with a single touch from enemies or traps.
The world is full of ruins, graveyards and tombstones, caves, swamps and weird characters: every place is made to look wild, abandoned and dangerous. Except for Timothy’s grandfather, most characters are often mean or clearly driven by not-so-nice feelings.
Timothy and the Mysterious Forest (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 22nd in Europe and North America. No release date for Japan yet.
ININ Games have announced a distribution agreement with Walmart. Moving forwards, their various releases will be available at this retailer across the United States, starting with Space Invader Forever.
Here’s the press release:
We are happy to announce that our label ININ Games will start a new partnership to make our future releases available for even more customers, as well as add to the convenience for everyone who prefers to shop at Walmart.
With Walmart as a large and globally operating company, our label found a great partner and distribution channel for that ambition. The cooperation starts with Space Invaders Forever, on Nintendo Switch and Sony PlayStation 4 as the first game available in Walmart stores across the US.
We are very proud of our new partnership and are looking forward to a good cooperation going forward.
Source: ININ Games PR
The Upcoming Games page has been updated!