Area 35 has announced that the turn-based strategy wargame Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble is out now on Nintendo Switch via the Nintendo eShop for $14.99 with a limited-timed launch discount of 15%. A demo featuring three campaign maps and two skirmish battlefields is also available in the Nintendo eShop.
The Tiny Metal saga continues in this brand-new sequel with sights set squarely on leveling up the turn-based strategy genre. Inspired by classics like Advance Wars, Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble puts powerful strategic options at commanders’ disposal. A formidable challenge awaits, with four new difficulty options, across 39 campaign missions and 21 multiplayer battlefields.
The war with the Dinoldan Army is at a tipping point as they continue to excavate dangerous ancient technology. To stop their ceaseless charge, Commander Wolfram must mount a counteroffensive on multiple fronts. Journey across an open-world map filled with secrets — a first for the Tiny Metal series — and unearth the world-shattering truths beneath an unforgettable story by Hirotaka Inaba (I Am Setsuna).
Unleash new Commander Powers and Passives to swiftly power up units or cut the enemy off at the knees. Master each map’s varied terrain—forests, snow, sand, and other environments hidden within the fog of war. Solve the intricacies of over 20 unit types to build and execute a winning strategy toward multiple victory conditions, another first for the Tiny Metal series.
The world of Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble is ravaged by war, but striking pixel art and a sleek new UI by Masayoshi Nishimura (Octopath Traveler) brings characters and dramatic scenes to vibrant life. A stirring score by acclaimed composer Tomoki Miyoshi (Steins;Gate, I Am Setsuna) provides the perfect backdrop to the tale’s twists and turns. An epic story awaits, driven to new heights by Japanese voice acting stars like Kenjiro Tsuda (Death Stranding).
The game supports Japanese and English text and audio localization alongside French, German, and Spanish text translation.
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