Are you a witch suffering a midlife crisis that only an enchanted motorcycle drive through the night sky can fix? Aladdin’s magic carpet rides not fulfilling your craving for danger? Come March 3rd, the developers behind the unique 3DS puzzler Kersploosh! have got your back.

Known as Soratobu Bunbun Baan in Japan, Vroom in the Night Sky is a fantasy racer about Magical Girls who’ve hung up their broomsticks for spellbound, flying motorbikes. It actually shares a lot more in common with games like Pilotwings or Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater than a traditional racer, performing flashy tricks and combos while soaring through floating rings in free roaming, obstacle laden environments.

Intriguingly, the game makes significant use of the Switch’s HD Rumble feature, simulating engine vibration, wind pressure and impact. Collecting Stardust while racing can be used to purchase new Magical Bikes, increasing your witchy prowess.

Check out the full trailer:

 

 
What do you think? Does Vroom in the Night Sky make it to your launch day wish list? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. Carol Lepoudre

    Not one Nintendo devoted website has mentioned this. I saw it in your tweets yesterday and I’m interested although it looks a little rough.

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  2. Myung says:

    World wide launch title my foot. I been trying to get it, and it’s no where in sight, not in the American eShop. Japan and Europe has it fine, but not America. One site stated that it will come in March, but with March coming to a close, I say what the fuck Nintendo!

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  3. Myung says:

    Finally got it, it came out in America a month and two days after it should’ve. After playing it a bit, came to one conclusion. If anyone wants an exiting game, then they’d be disappointed, but if they want very simple guilty pleasure game, this might be it. If the developers patch this up a bit more, who knows where this game will go.

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