Arc System Works and Arzest announce Boost Beast for Switch, launches July 20

The latest digital Switch game from Arc System Works.

Boost Beast

Arc System Works and Arzest have announced Boost Beast, a new digital-only Switch title due out in North America, Europe, and Japan on July 20 for $9.99 / €9.99 / 1,200 yen. It supports English, Japanese, Spanish, French, German, and Italian languages.

Here’s an overview of the game, via Arc System Works:

Connect, clear, and summon! Enjoy the exciting Beat’em-up Puzzle game on the Nintendo Switch!

Boost Beast is a defense puzzle game where players defeat the invading horde of zombies by clearing blocks and summoning animals.

The sudden appearance of a virus-carrying meteorite infected the entire human race, and turned everyone into zombies. The hero who rose up to face this crisis is Alec, the king of dogs. Will he be able to save the devastated world and reclaim peace..?

The controls are simple! Match 3 animal blocks of the same color to summon your cute animal friends and defeat the incoming waves of zombies! There are many gimmicks that stand in your way during your quest to save the world. There are cages that trap your animal friends, rocks that block your path, and the grim reaper who will turn your allies into zombies. Make use of bombs and chain combos to pave a path to victory!

Join forces with your cute animal army and clear all 204 stages! Lets go animal army! Until the day where peace is restored!

Watch the debut trailer below. Visit the official website here.

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