June 12, 2020 7:00 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Super Rare Games has announced the latest game to join their coveted collection. SRG has partnered up with Vertex Pop to publish Graceful Explosion Machine physically for the Nintendo Switch. This game hase been one of the most highly requested for the company and SRG are proud to be able to deliver. The Super Rare edition will come with a full colour manual as well as interior artwork, an exclusive sticker and three trading cards that are part of a five-card set.

Pre-orders will open up on June 18th, 2020 from 6pm BST (10am PT/1pm ET) for £30/$31/33€ over on the Super Rare Games website. There will only be 4,000 copies available so if you are interested in getting a physical copy of Graceful Explosion Machine on Nintendo Switch, you best not dawdle.

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About Graceful Explosion Machine

Skillfully pilot the Graceful Explosion Machine, a fighter ship armed with a ludicrously overpowered quad-weapon array!

Lost in deep space, you’ll shoot, dash and combo your way through jewel-hued uncharted planets, fighting an alien armada to find a way home.

The GEM fighter is the most advanced single pilot fighter in the galaxy, offering precise controls, nimble movement, and devastating firepower.

🚀 Beloved indie Switch hit – available in physical form for the first time!

🚀 Blisteringly intense side-scrolling arcade shooter

🚀 Devastatingly powerful quad-weapon array – four unique and dynamic weapons

🚀 Survive an alien onslaught in 30+ levels across four distinct planets

🚀 Gorgeous visuals bursting with vibrant colours, and bold geometric design

🚀 Hypnotic synthesizer-driven soundtrack

🚀 Extensive statistics and rankings encourages replayability to perfect the combo system

🚀 Compete in Score Attack mode: a finely-tuned experience for racking up big scores!

Source: Super Rare Games PR

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