Japanese board game company Oink Games wants to change its games

Japanese board game company Oink Games wants to change its games

You can check out the Kickstarter here, which has tiers that include copies of their board games as well as download codes when the game is ready. The game is aimed at markets in Japan, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, to name a few, with language support including Japanese, English, French, Spanish, Korean, and Chinese.

Source The team are planning four modes: solo play against an AI, local co-op with one Switch and local co-op with more than one Switch, and online play.

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