At the end of last February it was announced that Maiden & Spell was on its way to Nintendo Switch, but we only knew that it would arrive soon. Well, news comes to us alr spect and it is that Distributor Nippon Ichi Software and developer mino_dev have shared that the Switch version of Maiden & Spell will launch via the Nintendo eShop on April 8 for 1,300 yen..
We leave you the premise of the game, courtesy of mino_dev, and its trailer:
Maiden & Spell is a battle type game bullet hell, One against one. Inspired by Japanese shooting and doujin games, it features a cast of colorful girls fighting each other with patterns of bullet hell. In addition to local 1v1 battles, it features a fully realized story mode with unique boss battles.
Unlike other one-on-one fighting games that have some elements of bullet hell, Maiden & Spell seeks to capture the true spirit of bullet hell in their combat. There are no melee attacks; all are magic bullets. There are no crashes or shutdowns, instead there are cooling “bombs” and impact boxes just six pixels wide. Your victory depends on successfully dodging your opponent’s danmaku patterns … while casting your own!
In search of a mysterious gem, a group of adventurers plunge into the depths of what is rumored to be the most dangerous dungeon in the world – a vast chasm known as The Great Circle. To their surprise, they discover that the dungeon is practically devoid of monsters and that it houses the ruins of a civilization forgotten by the world.
As they delve into this mysterious underworld, they begin to uncover the secrets surrounding the vermilion gem they seek, the monsters of the Great Circle, and the lost city that was once known as the Star Kingdom …
- Rollback Netcode – Yes, there is online and yes the netcode uses rollback.
- Play with your friends in public or private rooms.
- Eight colorful characters – Each with extremely unique magic attacks and abilities.
- way against – Play local one-on-one matches against the CPU or against human opponents.
- History mode – Play as one of four characters against a mix of special and story-specific “Magnus Attacks” and battles that really put your skills to the test. bullet hell.
- Dive into the abyss and learn the secrets of the Star Kingdom.
- It can be played on four different difficulty levels: “Very Hard Mode” takes the fight bullet hell to its limit.
- Training mode – Test the skills and combinations of movements to hone your skills.
- Extras – Like the music room to hear the soundtrack and ultra-punishing “True Magnus” attacks.
Maiden & Spell was first released for PC, via Steam, on February 20.
What do you think?