Witch and Hero II coming to Switch on December 19

Save the lost witch and hero from the demon lord.

Witch and Hero II

Witch and Hero II, which first launched for 3DS in February 2016, is coming to Switch via the Nintendo eShop on December 19 for $4.99 / 500 yen, publisher Flyhigh Works announced. It will support English, Japanese, and Traditional Chinese language options.

Here is an overview of the 3DS version, via Nintendo.com:

Witch and Hero II is an action game that controls both little witch and little hero at the same time.

To save the lost witch and hero from the demon lord, the little witch and little hero get to fight again!

Witch and Hero II is an action game that controls both little witch and little hero at the same time.

The little hero is physically strong and stands up forever no matter how many times he’s beaten. The little witch is weak physically so when the game is over when she’s down.

When the little hero covers the little witch and fights, they can collect monster’s blood from defeated enemies. When the little witch’s magic gauge is full, she can use magic to fight back the dangerous enemy.

Clear the stage by defeating the boss at certain times in the stage, aim to revenge the demon lord at last.

Watch a trailer for the Switch version below.

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