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    Sharpen Your Pencils: Draw A Stickman: EPIC Is Now Available On Nintendo Switch

    Hitcents has announced that Draw a Stickman EPIC is now available on Nintendo Switch. Draw a Stickman: EPIC invites players to enter a magical storybook land full of mystery and wonder, unusual creatures, and enigmatic puzzles. Along the way, players will be inspired to unleash their creative hearts by creating their own original stickman.

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    The Draw a Stickman: EPIC series has been doodling its way into players’ hearts since 2012, with well over a million copies sold across platforms, and 300,000 units sold for EPIC 2 on the Switch alone. Draw a Stickman: EPIC is the original hit game which is now available for the first time on a Nintendo Console.

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    Features:
    • Customizable stick man feature that lets you animate your own hero
    • Unlockable colours for drawing life into your character
    • Plenty of cartoon levels to play through
    • Multiple pencil types for creating and animating solutions to obstacles:
      • A fire pencil to burn down obstacles
      • A cloud pencil to create rain or lightning
      • A key pencil to help you unlock doors and other objects
      • An ax pencil to help you chop down trees
      • An armour pencil gives you added protection to in-game hazards

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