Dungeon And Puzzles Arrives Switch On April 1

Dungeon and Puzzles,, a 2D spatial logic and ability switch puzzle game, which first launched for PC via Steam on January 14, is now coming to Nintendo Switch on April 1. Publisher Digital Crafter and developer Nekolyst have announced that the game will support, English, Japanese, and Chinese (Traditional and Simplified) language options.

According to the Steam page, “Dungeon and Puzzles is a 2D spatial logic and ability switch puzzle game. The adventurer’s ability depends on what equipment he currently uses. You have to think through every step. After clearing the level, you can try other routes of strategy to optimize your solution.”

In the award-winning puzzle game, players can use different abilities by alternating equipment. Players can use a sword to attack monsters, or a bow and arrow to kill enemies. Fend off obstacles using a shield, and even drag the monsters using a special set of gloves. Players must consider which abilities to use in an effort to kill all monsters and reach the exit to beat the level.

Dungeon And Puzzles has 150 hand-crafted levels. To clear levels, players must understand the game’s mechanics. To reach an advanced goal, players have to select the right solution, even if they have to ignore their previous solution.

The game’s instructions include:

  • Ame controls: – Left Mouse Button to mark items
  • Move the mouse to form chains, hold down the left mouse button while moving
  • Release Left Mouse Button to collect items (if you have at least 3
  • of the same item in the chain)

Dungeons and Puzzles was developed by HuMoFish and Nekolyst, who have also developed Dungeon Deadline, Folder Mania, Space Shift, and Leaker. Dungeon and Puzzles, the winner of Best Casual Game in Bashan (Bic2020) and winner of third place in Taiwan’s Bahamut ACG award.

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Mark Lugris is a Contributing Writer at TheGamer. After graduating from the University of Connecticut, he’s worked as a lifestyle and technology writer and editor for the past twenty years in Boston, Madrid and Zurich. Now, he’s chosen the less stressful life of freelance writing at home with his dog, where he can focus on his pop culture passions like film, television, games and sports.

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