Alpaca Ball: Allstars fans can finally get physical, starting today!
The game’s Asian English physical edition release by Leoful is launching today in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia territories. As reported previously, each copy will include the wacky game on a cartridge along with a bonus a sticker sheet.
Check out a new launch trailer below, along with more details below:
November 5, 2020 – Video game publisher Leoful is happy to announce Austrian developer Salt Castle Studio’s chaotic soccer game, Alpaca Ball: Allstars, is now out on Nintendo Switch in Asia.
Alpaca Ball: Allstars is a hilarious and chaotic party game featuring clumsy alpacas playing the world’s best sport. Dress up your alpaca in different costumes, swing your long neck to hit the ball, and dash after it on your tiny legs. Powered by a physics-based engine, experience unpredictable and hilarious results in every match!
To commemorate the game’s release on Nintendo Switch, Salt Castle Studio CEO Gregor Kirchhofer has this to say:
“Our clumsy Alpacas are finally coming to Asia and they are here to stay! It started out as ‘the most ridiculous game idea’ we could come up with but seeing people screaming at each other and laughing out loud while playing made it a reality! Get ready to put your friendships to the test!”
Alpaca Ball: Allstars is now available for Nintendo Switch as a physical edition at retail in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia territories, and digitally via Nintendo eShop in Japan and Hong Kong.
The Asian release will feature exclusive language support for Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Korean, in addition to English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian.
Want to grab a copy of the game for yourself? You can still order one from the NintendoSoup Store (ships worldwide).