Marisa and Alice’s Trap Tower for Switch launches October 4 in Japan

Marisa and Alice’s Trap Tower

The Switch version of Touhou Project puzzle game Marisa and Alice’s Trap Tower will launch via the Nintendo eShop on October 4 in Japan for 1,528 yen, publisher Mediascape announced.

Marisa and Alice’s Trap Tower first launched for PC in 2012, followed by PlayStation 4 in November 2016.

Here is an overview of the game, via the Nintendo eShop:

A 2D action puzzle game where you switch between two characters while clearing trap-filled stages.

Marisa and Alice visit the Grand Library at the Scarlet Devil Mansion to borrow a book. But what awaited them there was a trap tower prepared by Patchouli and Nitori.

Two-player multiplayer is also supported, so enjoy playing with a friend as well.

Watch a new trailer below.

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