Ittle Dew Limited Edition Is Out On Switch Today

Dew it now!

1Print Games, a new independent publisher focused on releasing fun indie physical games exclusively for Nintendo Switch, is happy to announce we have released the Ittle Dew Limited Edition for Nintendo Switch today.

In Ittle Dew, players accompany Ittle Dew and Tippsie land up on an island choke full of mysterious enemies, treasure, and lore. Our heroines will have to find a way to get out of the island by solving tricky puzzles!

The Ittle Dew Limited Edition is now available for USD34.99 via the 1Print Games website. Every Ittle Dew Limited Edition comes with a copy of the Nintendo Switch physical game, Ittle Dew Original Soundtrack CD, Ittle Dew and Tippsie Acrylic Keychain, Ittle Dew Numbered Authenticity Card, Ittle Dew Adventurer's Guidebook, and Ittle Dew Logo Sticker. Also exclusive to the Ittle Dew Limited Edition are Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese language options for the first time in Ittle Dew's history.

"We're over the moon excited to have such a beautiful package of one of our dearest games," says Ludosity CEO Joel Nyström. "It feels like everything has come together with this release - the best version on the best platform with lovingly created extras such as the all new manual and goodies in the box. We couldn't be happier, and working with 1Print Games has been so smooth and easy for us. They have worked fast and hard to make everything we've planned happen."

"It's been a pleasure to work with Ludosity to bring Ittle Dew physically to Nintendo Switch," comments 1Print Games director Iggy. "I hope fans and gamers will enjoy what we have prepared in this limited edition release."

As of March 30, 2020, over 1000 copies of the Ittle Dew Limited Edition have been pre-ordered and continue to sell like hotcakes. Don't wait till it's all gone!

Grab your copy on the 1Print Games website today!

Categories: Press Releases, Consoles
Tags: eshop, switch
Games: Ittle Dew


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