Onion Games announces ‘arcade-like mini-game’ Romeo & Juliet for PC, free to newsletter subscribers

Sign up for "The Secret Onion Cellar" by March 16 to get it.

Romeo & Juliet

Onion Games has announced Romeo & Juliet, a free “arcade-like mini-game” for PC and Mac created for all subscribers of its new email magazine, “The Secret Onion Cellar.”

Users who sign-up for The Secret Onion Cellar before March 16 will receive a link to download Romeo & Juliet as part of “The Onion Games Starter Kit,” a digital download that will also include a soundtrack sampler and a pack of new high-resolution wallpapers from Million Onion Hotel, Black Bird, Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada, and Moon.

Romeo & Juliet was created entirely by Onion Games studio head Yoshiro Kimura, who handled everything from conception to design, programming, artwork, and sound.

The Secret Onion Cellar will begin publishing regularly on March 16. Future issues will be contain new information about the upcoming free Dandy Dungeon 2 expansion downloadable content (which “more than doubles the size” of the base game), as well as the English release of the Switch version of Moon.

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