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Big Buck Hunter and Rapala Pro Series Port to Switch



October 16, in the year of our Lord 2018 – GameMill Entertainment announced today that for the first time, Rapala Fishing Pro Series and Big Buck Hunter Arcade are now both on Nintendo Switch™. The first fishing game for Nintendo's next generation platform will have anglers competing for awards and trophies in a constant flood of tournaments while Big Buck Hunter takes players on big game adventures in the ultimate sportsman's paradise.

Rapala Fishing: Pro Series is looking for new Professional Anglers to sponsor. Pro Series will be a rich console fishing game that will use real Rapala branded lures and equipment. Players will battle for awards and trophies in a constant flood of tournaments as they angle for the top 24 species of fish in some of the best fishing destination spots in North America.

The #1 name in arcade hunting games in the world comes to Nintendo Switch with three exciting big game adventures, 2-player local multiplayer, head-to-head competitions and more! The Switch version also comes with bonus content including three exciting bonus levels.

"We're excited to bring these two beloved franchises to the Nintendo Switch for the first time," said Mark Meadows, Partner of GameMill Entertainment. "These two new games take full advantage of the Switch console bringing competitive and family gaming to the next level."

Big Buck Hunter Arcade for Switch is rated T for Teen and retails for $29.99 and can be found on the eShop. Rapala Fishing: Pro Series for Switch is rated E for Everyone and all major retails and on the Nintendo eShop for $29.99.

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