Over Fence announces Project Mekuru for Switch

A tile-flipping multiplayer game.

Project Mekuru

Japanese developer Over Fence announced Project Mekuru for Switch at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.

The tile-flipping multiplayer game is developed in Unity and will be exclusive to Switch. “Mekuru” means “flipping” in Japanese. Over Fence showcased the game’s four-player battle mode on stages composed of tiled flooring and obstacles. Players controlled Miis and used a ground-pound move to smash into the floor and flip over nearby tiles to their colors, rather than the colors of the other players.

A release date was not announced.

Project Mekuru

Thanks, Nintendo World Report and IGN.

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