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Dwerve, a Zelda-Like Tower Defense, is Kickstarting its Way to Switch

Dwerve, a Zelda-Like Tower Defense, is Kickstarting its Way to Switch


Dwerve, a game introduced on Kickstarter by Half Human Games, has recently announced that the game will be coming to Nintendo Switch if it meets a $60,000 stretch goal.

Dwerve has already met its initial goal, as well as other stretch goals along the way, but its next big feat is coming to the Nintendo Switch. Check out the campaign trailer below!

What is Dwerve?

Dwerve is a Zelda-like action tower defense RPG where you play as a dwarven tinkerer that uses turrets and traps to fight, coming to Windows, Mac, Linux, and, if the stretch goal is reached, Nintendo Switch in summer 2021.

Dwerve tells the story of a young dwarven tinkerer that adventures into dwarven ruins to unearth the lost technologies of the ancient warsmiths: turrets and traps. These are the only weapons that can protect the dwarves from Witch Queen Vandra the Wicked and her army of bloodthirsty trolls and monstrous creatures.

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Key Features

  • Tactical turret-based combat involves making strategic decisions about which turrets and traps to build and where.
  • Upgrade your arsenal with over a dozen turrets and traps, each with its own unique upgrade tree.
  • Discover powerful artifacts: an arrow-blocking shield, dashing boots, a bouncing boomerang, a ground-shaking hammer, and more!
  • Story-based campaign. Unravel the history of the dwarves and the trolls in a story that features diverse characters and an unpredictable plot!
  • Explore ancient dungeons in multiple biomes, each with hidden secrets, mysterious puzzles, and interesting lore!
  • Fully dynamic lighting. Adventure through dimly lit dungeons that come to life with dynamic lights and shadows!

This is the kind of game that is perfect for the Nintendo Switch’s hybrid abilities. If you have a moment and are interested, check out there Kickstarter Campaign here. You can also follow Half Human Games on Twitter for more direct news from the team.


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