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    Rease Monkeys Unite In Manic Mechanics Now Available On Nintendo Switch

    Videogame developer and publisher 4J Studios has announced its anticipated fast paced couch co-op game Manic Mechanics is available now for Nintendo Switch. Team-up with friends to repair as many vehicles as possible against the clock while managing different car parts, skillfully using equipment, prioritizing tasks quickly, and avoiding hilarious mishaps with your crew! This wickedly fun, high-octane party game with local and online co-op is the first original game to be both developed and published by 4J Studios, the team that brought the gaming phenomenon Minecraft to consoles.

    In Manic Mechanics, up to four players visit the motor-obsessed Octane Isle, with the goal of making a name for themselves as the best mechanics. Players challenge the Master Mechanics who rule the island to prove their pit crews are worthy of joining the mechanics guild. Fix as many vehicles (cars, trucks, helicopters, tractors, UFOs etc…) as you can before the clock times out. The harder mechanics work, the more comedic chaos ensues. Watch your back as obstacles like fuel spills, exploding tires, short-circuiting robots, stampeding cows and alien abductions are thrown your way.

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    Octane Isle features five different neighborhoods to experience, across 25 levels ensuring no two games are ever the same. Grab your monkey wrench and friends and settle in for a wild ride as you set out to become a master Manic Mechanic.

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