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    Chaotic Painting Party Game Color Breakers Out Now On Nintendo Switch And Steam In Asia

    Video game publisher Leoful and Mexican indie developer deleon are pleased to announce chaotic painting party game, Color Breakers, has launched on Nintendo Switch and Steam in Asia.

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    In Color Breakers, up to 4 players can cooperate or compete to finish as many paintings as possible before time runs out in dangerous environments such as a highway and jungle. Players can enjoy Color Breakers in single player mode, or with others via online play (with cross-platform play) and local play. Draw your own pictures in Creative Mode and admire them to your heart’s content in the gallery.


    • Play alone, online or locally!
      Team up with family, friends, and other players via cross-platform online play or local play – no matter where you are, you can enjoy Color Breakers! Or, you can also challenge yourself alone.
    • Compete against other players!
      In Versus Mode, you can compete against other players in exclusive battle stages. Sabotage your enemy’s progress by ruining their painting, and show them who’s the best painter of all time!
    • Color and survive crazy chaotic environments!

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