Bishoujo Battle fans are getting a double-whammy. PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch gamers will soon be able to purchase the Bishoujo Battle: Double Strike! package at retail, which includes two Bishoujo Battle games. Published by Funbox Media, the package will launch on 15th April, 2022.
This new retail release will include both Bishoujo Battle Mahjong Solitaire and Bishoujo Battle Cyber Panic!. In addition, Nintendo Switch physical copies will bundle a specially branded capacitive stylus for touchscreen precision when using handheld mode.
Bishoujo Battle Cyber Panic!
Inspired by the ‘naughty’ back room arcades of ’90s Japan, the first title in the package offers the instant gratification of a sub-genre that’s both easy to learn and fun to master. Players start each stage with a silhouetted girl behind the playfield and must dodge enemies while drawing lines that cut away when connected, methodically uncovering the image underneath.
It’s a game of risk-vs.-reward as you capture as much of the playfield as possible without enemies or bullets crossing your path. Will you whittle away at smaller and safer zones along the edge, or will you go for higher scores by cutting into enemy territory? Box in power-ups to use their effects, unlock completed images in the gallery and share your victories across online leaderboards!
Bishoujo Battle Mahjong Solitaire
The mobile military girls of “Rick G Earth” are your companions. A classic tile-matching game, players must find pairs of mahjong tiles to remove them from the board. Plan your moves strategically and stay ahead of the clock to claim victory.
Every 3 rounds of play, you’ll unlock a new costume for the girls. Of course, the important part of any solitaire game is replayability. With more than 100 tile layouts and randomized patterns, the game offers incentives to keep coming back for more, just in case the anime-style fan service isn’t reason enough.
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