We have a better idea of when the next Nintendo Switch nonogram game will appear. The Picross-like Hatsune Miku Logic Paint S will show up on the Switch soon. Crypton confirmed people in Japan won’t have to wait too long and shared a peek at the console-exclusive art.
Hatsune Miku Logic Paint is immediately available on mobile devices. It is a one-time purchase sort of game, rather than free-to-play. It costs $1.99 on the App Store and $2.50 on Google, to provide an idea of its potential price. 225 puzzles are there. Some of the stages have up to three difficulty levels, and people can ask for hints. You can also unlock over 150 Vocaloid pictures by completing puzzles.
To go along with the Switch update, Crypton shared a picture of the game’s art. NEGI, aka ULOG’be, designed the main visual. In the past, NEGI has created art and designs for the Hatsune Miku: Project Diva games, for example character modules, and MIKU EXPO art.
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