Flyhigh Works broadcast a Flyhigh Express presentation last week, in which the publisher shared news about several games that are destined for Nintendo Switch.
While the broadcast had been focused on the Japanese market, there were also details on games that will be receiving a western release with more news to be shared in the coming months.
That includes Samurai Defender, Fairune Collection, Lanota, and a software update for Deemo, that Flyhigh Works have detailed as follows:
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.
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.
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.