High-speed real-time strategy game Little Bit War for Switch now available in Japan

Clear a stage in five-to-10 minutes.

Little Bit War

Little Bit War is now available for Switch via the Nintendo eShop in Japan for 1,500 yen. Its language support is limited to Japanese.

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

A high-speed real-time strategy game where a single stage can be cleared in five-to-10 minutes! Mass produce your troops to overpower the enemy!

Occupy the entire town with “buildings” and “special powers!”

By building barracks and factories, foot soldiers and tanks will appear and attack enemy nations! By constructing towers and forts, attacking enemies will be automatically intercepted! The controls are as simple as placing a building on a map.

Your building funds will increase with time. By occupying enemy towns, your income will increase. Stages are considered cleared when a town is fully occupied, which will get you special powers.

There are more than 50 special powers, including bombs, repairing, meteorites, missiles, spies, doctors, monster summons, building upgrades, and more.

Watch the launch trailer below.

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