Online versus mode in Nintendo Switch version of Suika Game
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Suika Game on Switch Will Have Worldwide Online Versus Mode

Aladdin X announced that it will add a new Online Versus Mode to the Nintendo Switch version of Suika Game. This mode will support worldwide matchmaking regardless of the eShop and account country players used to obtain the game. However, as with most other games on the Switch, players will need to have an active Nintendo Switch Online subscription. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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The Online Versus Mode will be available with three rules. The Original rule will determine the status when a player has their box filled up. If the other player already has a higher score, the game will instantly end with the latter’s victory. Otherwise, the game will continue until the second player either fills up their box or overtakes the first player’s score.

The Time Limit rule also determines the victor with higher points, but it will have a fixed time limit of five minutes. It will also have a rainbow-colored gauge that will randomly drop fruits when it has depleted. The third and last rule, Attack, will see the player who gets a Game Over first lose. Players can also send grown-up fruits into their opponent’s box with this rule.

Aladdin X has also put up a store page for the new mode, but it will not be purchasable on its own. Players can instead get this content by purchasing the 2-Player Mode DLC which has been available since February 2024.

The worldwide online versus mode will be available in the Nintendo Switch version of Suika Game on May 23, 2024. The popular puzzle game is also available on iOS and Android mobile devices, as well as Aladdin X’s own popIn Aladdin projector.

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