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Juicy Realm Ports to Steam

 

 

May 28th, in the year of our Lord 2018 - X.D. Network Inc., a Chinese publisher working with SpaceCan, an indie Chinese developer are pleased to say that the Steam PC version of Juicy Realm released on 3rd May, which will be released on Nintendo Switch and Sony PS4 in August, is exciting gamers with its great graphics and action packed action.

To show off Juicy Realm, the great 'in game' frenzied shooter, the team present a special all action carnival of weapons, cast and hilarious gameplay that has captured the attention of gamers, since its release, who are looking for something different but exuding FUN!

FRUITY ACTION!
In the world of Juicy Realm, the line between animals and plants is blurred to the extreme. Plants have gained sentience—and limbs—and are now fighting humanity to top the food chain. It's up to you to lead a team into the mysterious plant kingdom, defeating the foul fruit once and for all! The impressively delicate animation style, gorgeously rendered and distinctive graphics, add to the excitement and vitality of the Juicy Realm.

IN-GAME DELIGHTS:

Tons of Weapons, Collectables and Top Down Action
Solo or Dual Play
Wacky Landscapes and Cast
Family Friendly/Hardcore Gamer Addictive
Plus lots more!

Juicy Realm's world is so full of surprises and challenges, that the best bit is being 'in' the experience and overcoming and winning through...

SO DELIGHTFULLY SQUISHY - YOU'LL WANT MORE

No word on a physical copy version of this game on these systems at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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