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    Join The Multiplayer Mayhem Of Lumberhill, Now Available On Nintendo Switch!

    Publisher All in! Games and developer 2BIGo, supported by ARP Games, announced that Lumberhill, a hilariously chaotic multiplayer party game, is available now on Nintendo Switch, alongside a DLC featuring 4 brand new characters. Already available on Steam for PC, Lumberhill offers hours of frantic multiplayer action, tasking you to work with, or against, your friends in order to fulfill your lumberjack duties in the midst of mischievous attacks from nature. Get Lumberhill now with a 34% launch discount on both Nintendo eShop and Steam.

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    Life as a lumberjack is no simple walk in the forest—especially when nature is there to trip you up. Yet a forester’s work must be done no matter the colorful chaos! Chop wood and catch fluffy sheep in the forest, coax cute little piglets in Hawaii, steal eggs from pterodactyls when you time travel to Dino World, and herd pandas in Asia, solo or with friends. Put your teamwork skills to the test with up to four players in local or online multiplayer. Feeling mischievous? Switch to PvP and chase your friends across the map (and off it!) as a ram or a furious hog to keep them from completing tasks. Through it all, collect an array of fun skins and capture the craziest screenshot you can.

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    Key Features:
    • Sharpen your fast paced Point and Click skills
    • Experience truly Gory gameplay
    • Upgrade your equipment, cook up new recipes and develop your shops
    • Meet authentic (and often grotesque) characters, inspired by 19th century London
    • Personalities, in a game rich in Story and Narration

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