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Turn-Based Strategy Game Ambition of the Slimes Coming to Nintendo Switch

Flyhigh Works, known for Nintendo Switch titles like Kamiko and VOEZ, revealed today on Twitter that they are working with Circle Entertainment and Altair Works to bring the turn-based strategy game Ambition of the Slimes to Nintendo Switch in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. According to the developers, the game’s release is “not far off,” so those looking forward to this port will not have to wait much longer.

For those of you who don’t know, Ambition of the Slimes is an isometric turn-based strategy game that initially hit the iOS App Store in 2015 before making its way to the Nintendo 3DS in 2016. The game sees an army of slimes take on humans; while they are initially very weak against humans, slimes have the ability to claim their bipedal opponents and take control of them in order to turn the tide of battle.

This version of Ambition of the Slimes seems to have crisper, better-looking graphics if the background of the Tweet is anything to go by. It also isn’t the only strategy game coming to Nintendo Switch for Circle Entertainment. After teasing an announcement for January 1, they revealed that Mercenaries Saga Chronicles was coming to Switch. 

You can check out a previously released trailer for the 3DS version of the game below to get an idea of how the game works. Ambition of the Slimes is currently available on iOS and 3DS and will release on Nintendo Switch in North America, Europe, Austrailia, and New Zealand soon.

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