Soldam: Drop, Connect, Erase Coming To Switch In North America In Fall 2017

Dispatch Games, a new publisher based in California, has announced that it will be bringing Soldam: Drop, Connect, Erase to Nintendo Switch in North America both physically and digitally in Fall 2017. According to Gematsu, additional announcements besides the North America release will be made after E3 2017.

Developed by City Connection, Soldam: Drop, Connect, Erase first launched for Nintendo Switch in Japan as Soldam: Kaika Sengen (Soldam: Blooming Declaration) via the Nintendo eShop in March.

Soldam: Drop, Connect, Erase is an updated version of Jaleco’s arcade classic tile-matching game from the 90’s with refreshed graphics and gameplay but retaining its arcade charm with its catchy music and unique style.

Players rotate and drop the Soldam fruits to match colors. Keep connecting the same colored Soldam to form an entire row and erase. Use flanking methods to change the colors of previously dropped Soldam to your advantage. Strategize your next move and maximize that score.

Start by learning how to play and get some practice in Easy Mode. Got the hang of it? Great! Now let’s aim for your personal best in the arcade style Soldam Mode. Tackle 200 levels to see what you’ve got. Unlock different Plumi’s and collect them in the Plumidex. Take on 50 levels of increasingly difficult puzzles in Challenge Mode to flex those brain muscles. Feeling competitive now? Time to challenge a friend in the all new online Showdown mode. Intercept the next Soldam fruit to use for yourself and send the erased Soldam over to your opponent to complicate their strategy. There is plenty of fun to go around!

Soldam: Drop, Connect, Erase will be playable at E3 2017 from June 13 to 15, 2017.

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Via: Gematsu

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