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MagiCat

MagiCat (SWITCH) game cover art
Platform: Switch
Tags: Action, Platformer
Developer: Kucing Rembes

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09/20/2018

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The Nintendo Switch library gets a little more magical with MagiCat

September 20, 2018 - 0 comments
MagiCat, an indie platformer from one-man studio Kucing Rembes, arrived today on the Nintendo eShop. The game is published by Toge Productions, and carries an MSRP of $4.99 USD or equivalent. full article

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