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Vesta Is Coming To Nintendo Switch January 19th

Published and developed by FinalBoss Games, puzzle action game Vesta is coming to Nintendo Switch on January 19th. Players will take control of a six-year-old girl and tackle puzzles in a hostile underground environment whilst being accompanied by a trusty companion called BOT to help them through. There are 36 levels to battle your way through and if this sounds like your kind of thing, here’s the game description below:

Vesta is a witty 6-year-old girl who lives in a desolate underground maze – the ruins of a once-bright city inhabited by humans and perfect machines. Although this world can be lonely, she is kept company by her friend BOT. It advises her and encourages her to do the tasks she is assigned, although it knows much more than it lets on. In order to survive in this passive yet hostile environment, BOT will give Vesta a real helper – DROID. He may be a bit rough around the edges, but he’ll handle physical tasks that would be impossible for a fully grown adult, let alone a little girl. Besides, he is the perfect weapon to defend against the dangers lurking in the remains of this abandoned complex.

Join Vesta as she explores various environments over 36 levels full of obstacles and enemy robots. She’ll need her brains and DROID’s power to traverse this varied landscape, properly manage the little energy left in the complex, solve the numerous puzzles she finds in her path, and even fight to survive. But most of all she will need to discover the truth of this story.

Here’s a trailer:

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