Tag game-based Obakeidoro! coming to Switch this summer

Playable at BitSummit 7 Spirits.

Obakeidoro!

Free Style Games’ competitive action game Obakeidoro! will be released for Switch worldwide this summer, the Nagoya-based developer announced.

Obakeidoro! is based on the children’s game of tag, with one player on the ghost side and three players on the humans side. The ghost side has three minutes to catch and jail everyone on the human side to win, while the human side has to stay away from the ghost side for three minutes to win. The game will support online matches with players around the world.

For those attending BitSummit 7 Spirits, which runs from June 1 to 2 at the Kyoto International Exhibition Hall Miyako Messe, Obakeidoro! will be playable. Read more about the event here.

Watch a 15-second trailer for Obakeidoro! below. Visit the official website here.

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