Devoler Digital has revealed a Switch release date for Minit. Those waiting for the lo-fi RPG to appear on the console will not need to do so for much longer.
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After receiving some rather positive reviews upon its initial launch, Minit is coming to another platform. The Nintendo Switch will be getting the lo-fi title later this year.
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Who wants to be a half-minute hero when you can last the whole sixty seconds? Thankfully, Minit gives you all the time you need to get things done.
Lo-fi adventure Minit is now available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It’s one of a very small selection of recent releases that can be fairly accurately conveyed with a flip book.
Minit is a lo-fi RPG that gives players a single minute to accomplish all that they can. Fortunately, they won’t be starting fully from scratch each time.
Devolver Digital and onebitbeyond’s The Sword of Ditto is set to arrive on PS4 and PC next month. With the announcement comes a new trailer showing the game in action
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