Hatsune Miku Issho ni Jigsaw Puzzle

Hatsune Miku Issho ni Jigsaw Puzzle Announced for Nintendo Switch

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Crypton Future Media has announced a new Hatsune Miku puzzle game will arrive on Nintendo Switch. Hatsune Miku Issho ni Jigsaw Puzzle will release for Nintendo Switch on March 24, 2022 in Japan. There is no word of a potential Western release. A key visual for the title has been revealed, which features Hatsune Miku holding a puzzle piece while lying down. Kurisu Toshi created the art for the key visual. However, no further information has been revealed yet, such as a trailer or any look at the game itself. More information will appear in the future.

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Hatsune Miku Issho ni Jigsaw Puzzle will release through the Nintendo Switch eShop. It is unclear if a physical version of the game will be available. Additionally, there is currently no price listed for the title.

Another puzzle title featuring Hatsune Miku is available for Nintendo Switch. Hatsune Miku Logic Paint S features over 350 nonogram puzzles for players to solve. It is also available on consoles outside of the Nintendo Switch. The title released worldwide for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X on January 20, 2022. Hatsune Miku Logic Paint was originally a mobile game, but it was subsequently ported to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox, and PC.

Hatsune Miku Issho ni Jigsaw Puzzle will release for Nintendo Switch on March 24, 2022 in Japan. More details about the game will be released in the future.

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