If you thought today’s piece of I and Me knows would be the only piece to report on, think again.
While Rainy Frog will be handling the Japanese release of I and Me under the name of “Boku to boku no seika de,” which is to release on the 6th of July, Ratalaika Games have said that they are aiming for a global release to occur on the day for all regions. Only at this moment in time the NA and EU versions are still undergoing QA, but should they pass, July 6th is the intended release date and for anyone who needs a quick reminder as to what I and Me is, here’s a video, overview and features:
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I and Me Overview:
“If there were another me, observing myself from the perspective of a spectator, how would I regard another me? How would I get along with the other me?”
Previously released on Steam, I and Me is a puzzle platformer by Chinese developer Wish Fang. A game where you control two cats simultaneously and must perform the same action.
Players will need to manage both of them at the same time and let them coordinate to complete the adventure. The game has four chapters based on four seasons with a total of 92 levels. Sometimes you must think carefully, and in some places you need to be flexible. The soundtrack of the game is soothing with orchestra and piano music, each season has its own style.
- Unique hand-drawn art style.
- Sweet music.
- Suitable level difficulty.
- A profoundly deep story that expands with every level you complete.4 Chapters with multiple levels (92 levels in all).
- Chapters have their own season, as well as specific puzzle elements, music and ambiance.
- Support for Nintendo Switch™ Pro Controller.
English, Spanish, German, French, Russian, Japanese, Chinese Simplified and Chinese Traditional.
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And purely because Rainy Frog is mentioned in this article, don’t forget Vaccine becomes available in the Switch eShop tomorrow for Japan with the EU & NA release set to occur next month, so if you don’t feel like getting it tomorrow, you can always get it in a couple of weeks’ time instead.
Source: @RainyFrogEng & Ratalaika Games PR
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This post was written by Jack Longman