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EGGLIA: REBIRTH OUT TODAY ON NINTENDO SWITCH

Japanese development studio Brownies is excited to announce that it’s RPG game, EGGLIA: Rebirth, is available to download globally for Nintendo Switch from today. EGGLIA: Rebirth is available as a digital download for £16.99 / $19.99 / €17.99.

Designed by Shinichi Kameoka and Koji Tsuda, the iconic artists responsible for the popular Secret of Mana series, EGGLIA: Rebirth is the brand new Nintendo Switch version of Brownies’ popular smartphone game, EGGLIA: Legend of the Redcap, expertly optimised for Switch. EGGLIA: Rebirth provides players with updated visuals, graphics and mechanics, as well as introducing bags of new content, new unique characters and exciting additional missions.

Players will explore the land of Egglia as Chabo, a redcap who must navigate the world, hunting monsters for experience using a turn-based dice combat system and create their own unique worlds, gathering materials to build customisable homes for the host of characters they meet during the story to grow their village.

Shinichi Kameoka, President and CEO of Brownies said: “We are delighted to be able to bring the world of EGGLIA to a new audience on Nintendo Switch. We wanted to keep all the things we loved about the original game, whilst revamping the game to be an amazing experience on the Switch console. There’s something for everyone, whether you are a fan of the original smartphone version of the game or completely new to the world of Egglia, with plenty of new and additional content, whilst keeping the cosy vibe of a relaxing game with a place for players to “go home” to recharge at the end of a busy day.

“This launch holds a special place in our hearts as this year is the 10th anniversary of Brownies as a development studio, but also on a personal note this year marks my 30th year working in the games industry. We very much hope that everyone enjoys playing EGGLIA: Rebirth as much as we enjoyed making it.”

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