Fairune Collection Is The Next Switch Physical Release From Super Rare Games

Fairune Collection Key Artwork

Super Rare Games has teamed up with Flyhigh Works and Skipmore to produce a physical release for the Fairune Collection on Nintendo Switch.

With a 20-page full-color manual, interior artwork, exclusive sticker, and three trading cards randomly selected from a five-card set, only 4,000 copies will be placed on sale. And, for those that haven’t heard of the Fairune Collection before, it contains four games:

Fairune
Fairune is a retro-styled adventure RPG. Our heroine embarks upon a journey to unlock three mysterious statues and seal away a great evil. Throughout the journey, she will need to solve puzzles, fight monsters, discover new weapons and improve her abilities.

Fairune 2
Fairune 2 brings our heroine back for another perilous quest, this time to find a lost fairy. This sequel delivers a bigger world for those that are ready for the challenge.

Fairune Origin
Fairune Origin, being released for the first time, offers an intriguing look at the beginnings of the IP. It provides a short but fun adventure and illustrates how SKIPMORE conceptualized the gameplay of the two games that followed.

Fairune Blast
Fairune Blast is an unlockable treat that offers players something completely different. It’s a colorful shoot-em-up, perfect for pick-up-and-play action on the Nintendo Switch!

“Any fans of the old school The Legend of Zelda games will love this indie gem. Skipmore develops incredible titles and each of the Fairune games in this bundle are no exception,” explains Super Rare Games’ George Perkins. “We have been working on this one for the last few months and we could not be happier on the way it’s turned out!”

The pre-orders for Fairune Collection will open on Thursday 14th March on the Super Rare Games website, priced at £29.99 (€33.99 / $32.54).

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