UNTIES and Pocket are releasing Chiki-Chiki Boxy Racers for the Nintendo Switch today!
The slot-car racing game supports up to eight players, with a huge variety of party game modes outside of just racing (Goal, Smash, Coins, etc.). You can nab it for $9.99 on Nintendo eShop now!
Check out the launch trailer and some screenshots below!
TOKYO – 31 Aug. 2018 – Chiki-Chiki Boxy Racers, the colorful slot car racing party game from Sony publishing label UNTIES and developer Pocket, is now available for Nintendo Switch.
Buckle up, push the pedal to the metal, and put those drifting skills to the test while racing against up to seven other drivers in both local and online multiplayer matches. Master the intuitive controls in this easy to pick up, but difficult to put down racer to maneuver around tricky curves and shoot into first place across 15 charming tracks set in three distinct environments.
The competition doesn’t end at the finish line. Chiki-Chiki Boxy Racers also sports four battle modes to keep the experience fun and fresh for the whole family. Enjoy a game of soccer on wheels in “Goal,” collect the most cash in “Coins,” push other players out of a battle arena in “Smash” or see who can win a vibrant turf war in “Paint” by coating the city in color.
Whether playing solo, on the couch with a group, or online, Chiki-Chiki Boxy Racers is a fast-paced party experience bursting with charisma. Race and battle while unlocking the game’s 20 customizable cars, rocking out to poppy tunes and soaking in its splashy voxel aesthetic.
“Chiki-Chiki Boxy Racers is a delightful experience that fills us with an infectious enthusiasm,” said John Davis, G&R Representative, UNTIES. “We can’t help but smile every time we play, as it transports us back to our childhood days spent playing with toy cars, and we’re so happy to finally be able to share that feeling with Nintendo Switch fans across the globe today.”
Chiki-Chiki Boxy Racers is available via Nintendo Switch eShop for $9.99 / €9.99. It supports English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), and Japanese.