If you’re in the mood for some short action RPG adventures then you’re in luck, as Flyhigh Works’ Fairune series collection will be hitting the Switch on May 17th, with digital pre-orders opening on the 10th.

The Switch and PC bundle brings together a few of the little 3DS adventures as well as some extra games. Check out the trailer below and Flyhigh Works’ overview courtesy of Gematsu below:
 

 

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Fairune Collection includes four games in one package – Fairune, Fairune 2, Fairune Origin, and Fairune Blast!

Fairune is a retro-styled adventure RPG. Our heroine embarks upon a journey to unlock three mysterious statues and seal away a great evil. Throughout the journey she will need to solve puzzles, fight monsters, discover new weapons and improve her abilities.

Fairune 2 brings our heroine back for another perilous quest, this time to find a lost fairy. This sequel delivers a bigger world for those that are ready for the challenge.

Fairune Origin, being released for the first time, offers an intriguing look at the beginnings of the IP. It provides a short but fun adventure and illustrates how Skipmore conceptualized the gameplay of the two games that followed.

Fairune Blast is an unlockable treat, meanwhile, to offer something completely different. It’s a colorful shoot-em-up, perfect for pick-up-and-play action on the Nintendo Switch or chilled gaming on PC!

Key Features

  • Fairune and Fairune 2 have re-designed user interfaces for the Nintendo Switch and PC.
  • Explore, solve puzzles, level up and fight monsters on your journeys.
  • Simple controls make it accessible to all players ready for adventure!
  • Fairune Origin and Fairune Blast make their console debut and bring the game total to four!
  • Retro 8-bit style visuals, designed for the modern era.
  • Perfect for headphones with a catchy chiptune soundtrack.
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    Written by Tom Brown

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