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    Puzzle-Battle Game – Grindstone available now on Nintendo Switch

    Capybara Games has revealed as part of Nintendo’s Indie World Showcase that their critically acclaimed puzzle game Grindstone will be available now on digital store shelves on Nintendo Switch for $19.99 USD/€ 16.79/£ 15.09. Stonegrinders who get the game early will enjoy a 25% off launch discount.

    Nintendo Switch players can also look forward to full touch support as they cut through creeps and hunt for sparkly Grinstones. Arriving 10 days before Christmas, Grindstone is also full of Winter themed content making it the perfect Holiday companion game.

    “We’re stoked for everyone to finally play Grindstone on Nintendo Switch. We’ve made major, Switch-focused UI improvements, and included all of our content updates so far, making this an awesome entry point for new players, or existing stonegrinders who want to experience the game on console. We’re incredibly excited to bring the world of Grindstone to a whole new audience, and can’t wait to share even more updates in 2021,”

    Joel Burgess – Studio Director at Capy

    Capy’s colourful puzzler makes its debut on Nintendo Switch with a year’s worth of content updates not seen in its original release, including:
    • Dozens of challenging, treacherous levels – over 250 levels in total!
    • The Greed Grind and Quick Grind game modes, with daily leaderboards.
    • The Slöphöuse update, which fills the world of Grindstone with never before told lore of the colourful and squishy Creeps and Jerks that inhabit Grindstone Mountain. Made for the most devoted Grindstone scholars!
    • End-game Gold economy, with blueprints for gold-plated items in hidden caves.
    • New control and UI improvements for widescreen and touch/controller play.
    • A rogue’s gallery of slimy enemies, cunning bosses and devious traps.
    • Helpful items and stylish outfits that change up how you play.

    He is actually very shy, introvert but no choice, have to go out to buy games. He likes food and food likes him. He somehow manage to find a job with the right time accommodate to gaming. He has a very short attention span, therefore has to finish a game fast or else a simple pun can distract him for the entire day. Yes a Pun, he loves puns as much as he loves games; easily distracted, whichever comes next.


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