Forever Entertainment have released Highball Studios and Storm Games’ latest puzzle game Magical Drop VI for Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam. The publisher also confirmed physical editions of Magical Drop VI will be sold for Nintendo Switch.
The digital version of Magical Drop VI is available now in the Nintendo eShop for $29.99, and a 10% discount is live until May 8. Physical edition pre-orders for Magical Drop VI are available now at the Forever Limited Store. Users may pre-order the UnLimited Edition for €44.99 or the Limited Edition for €64.99. UnLimited Edition contents include the physical game cart, a classic case, a numbered certificate, and an art booklet. Limited Edition is limited to 1500 copies with UnLimited Edition contents, a collector’s box, set of three enamel pins, and a set of 12 collector’s cards.
Here’s an overview of Magical Drop VI via Steam:
About Magical Drop VI
The legendary Japanese arcade game is back! Choose your favorite character – will it be World, the Overseer of the Magical Land, the mighty Justice or the devious Black Pierrot? – and play in one of the numerous game modes available. Solve diabolical puzzles or beat strong opponents in an Arcade match. Follow an adventure in Story or Path of Destiny modes, full of twists and turns. Challenge your friends and the best players online!
Magical Drop VI Features:
- More than 15 playable characters each with their own unique story and music tracks
- Local and online multiplayer modes
- Dozens and dozens of challenges
- 6 Solo game modes
- …And many more surprises!
Magical Drop VI Launch Trailer
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