Project Mekuru Coming To The Nintendo Switch

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One of the new games announced during the Nintendo Direct is Project Mekuru for the Nintendo Switch. In this title, players are placed on a board with tiles that can be flipped by jumping and pounding on them. Your goal is to have the most tiles flipped to your color. If you’re the one with the most panels, you win.

 

A few Project Mekuru gameplay elements were shown in the trailer. Sometimes, when a panel is flipped, you may get an item. This could help your cause. This will also be a local and online multiplayer game. Up to four people can compete.

 

 

Project Mekuru does not yet have an official title or launch window.


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