13th April, Tokyo
During its latest ‘Flyhigh Express’ broadcast out of Tokyo, Flyhigh Works showcased a number of titles that are on the way to Nintendo Switch. The broadcast was focused on the Japanese market, but more details for upcoming Western releases of the following titles will be confirmed in the coming weeks and months.
The following Nintendo Switch titles were showcased:
Samurai Defender: A fast-paced strategic tower defence game, this is set in the Warring States era of Japan. Due in May, it’ll include large battles and exciting boss battles to make full use of the Nintendo Switch.
Fairune Collection: Planned for a May release, this collection includes Fairune and Fairune 2, previously on the 3DS; it’ll also feature new content with Fairune Origin and Fairune Blast, with more details to be revealed soon.
Lanota: This music game by Noxy Games blends intuitive and stylish rhythm gameplay with dynamic beats and a rotating play area, and also includes an intriguing storybook narrative. Picture book environments come to life as you play, and it features a sizeable and varied soundtrack.
Deemo Version 1.2 – This month the piano-inspired music rhythm game will get another free update on the Nintendo Switch; three song packs will add another 14 songs to the collection.
Some Japan-only announcements were also made, and you can see the broadcast right here – https://youtu.be/IxnB_2097WE?t=1h3m35s
We’ll reveal more in the coming weeks and months; be sure to follow us on Twitter for all updates - https://twitter.com/FlyhighWorks_en