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    MR. Driller Drilland opening video revealed the tale of the beloved hero, coming to Switch and Steam on June 25th

    BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. has revealed the animated opening video for the color action-puzzle game Mr. DRILLER DrillLand which will be coming digital form for Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam on June 25th. Mr. DRILLER DrillLand is an action-puzzle game where players must “drill” their way to the bottom of the screen by destroying colorful blocks in the game field.

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    Mr. DRILLER DrillLand marks the first Mr. DRILLER game for the Nintendo Switch. Both the Switch and PC versions of the Mr. DRILLER DrillLand will deliver a myriad of updates to its graphics, gameplay and HD cutscenes. The opening video, which illustrates Mr. Driller’s tale in full animation, can be seen from the below.

    Mr. DRILLER returns in Mr. DRILLER DrillLand to invite players to a secret amusement park known as “Drill Land,” located 500 meters underground. Players can explore and conquer the five attractions in Drill Land, each with their own set of unique gameplay rules and final bosses that must be defeated at the end of each attraction. Mr. DRILLER DrillLand also features competitive multiplayer modes where up to four players can race to the finish or battle it out in Drill Land on one console; a “Casual Mode” is also available for players who want to dig and explore Drill Land at a leisurely pace and ‘enjoy’ a day in the park.

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