Today’s Nintendo eShop news: Bakery Simulator announced for the Nintendo Switch, but also…
- Wreckin’ Ball Adventure
- The Legend of Heroes: Akatsuki no Kiseki Mobile
Ultimate Games have announced yet another game for the Nintendo Switch: Bakery Simulator, a “realistic” bakery simulator developed by Live Motion Games, and releasing next year on consoles. It will be playable in English, Polish, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Latin American Spanish, Korean, Russian, and Turkish.
Here’s a trailer, some details, the list of key features, and some screenshots for the game:
The new simulator will concentrate on the single-player gameplay and offer a realistic and specific approach to working in the bakery industry. The main elements of Bakery Simulator are working in the bakery and the timely delivery of bread to customers. According to the creators, the player will receive a lot of freedom in managing and developing his bakery.
The action of the simulator will take place in a city with tens of thousands of residents situated in a mountain region and several nearby locations. Starting the bakery business, the player will be able to, among other things, select an appropriate location for the bakery and plan the use of space. Live Motion Games studio intends to offer many different options. As a result, the players will have a lot of freedom in action. Available activities include, for example, learning new recipes, buying specialist machines and improving the production process. An important role will also be played by logistics related to the delivery of bread to customers. There will also be special and at the same time more profitable orders as well as the possibility of conducting one’s own baking experiments.
- realistic gameplay;
- several dozen types of bread and ingredients;
- many opportunities to develop bakery;
- learning new recipes;
- specialized machinery;
- baking experiments;
- attractive graphic design.
Bakery Simulator (Switch – eShop) comes out in 2020 in Europe and North America. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: Ultimate Games PR
Wreckin’ Ball Adventure
No Gravity Games and QubicGames have announced another game for the Nintendo Switch: Wreckin’ Ball Adventure, a “family-friendly platformer with physics-based puzzles, ball-shaped robots, and co-op mode” developed by Don’t Bite Devs. It will be released on August 2nd in Europe and North America.
Here’s a trailer, some details, the list of key features, and some screenshots for Wreckin’ Ball Adventure:
Save the little K160 robot from the evil SuperCom and escape from the mysterious lab. Wreckin’ Ball Adventure is excellent to play solo or in couch co-op mode. Discover how to interact with your fellow robot escapees’, helping one another. Roll, jump and swing using your handy-dandy grappling hook to reach new heights! Gather the orbs and collect the stars to unlock the next levels. Wreck through the walls, avoid the hazards to reach your goal – breaking out of the gaol. Discover a story layer hidden under the action surface – find out why SuperCom wants to destroy a sweet round robot.
- 60 Story levels
- Endless Escape mode – challenge your friends to see who can last the longest
- Playground mode where you can practice your skills
- Play solo or in local co-op for up to 4 players
- Satisfying graphics: clean 2.5D lab design
Wreckin’ Ball Adventure (Switch – eShop) comes out on August 2nd in Europe and North America. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: No Gravity Games PR
The Legend of Heroes: Akatsuki no Kiseki Mobile
While Nihon Falcom remains extremely reluctant to bring any of their games to Nintendo Switch (understatement of the year), Userjoy have announced that they are bringing a mobile game based on their long-running The Legend of Heroes series to Nintendo’s console. That game is called The Legend of Heroes: Akatsuki no Kiseki Mobile, and it will be released this Summer in Japan.
To be more precise, the game is based on the “Kiseki” sub-series, and celebrates its 10th Anniversary. It features many original characters alongside those from the games, along with a completely new story. The announcement post specifies that the contents will be the same as the mobile version, though players will not be able to link their account from the Android / iOS version. It will be a Free 2 Play, with the usual microtransactions.
The Legend of Heroes: Akatsuki no Kiseki Mobile (Switch – eShop) comes out this Summer in Japan. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!