On a recent episode of The Game Informer Show, Ben Hanson interviewed the original creators of the arcade phenomenon Killer Queen, Nik Mikros and Josh DeBonis, as well as Killer Queen Black’s developer Matt Tesch from Liquid Bit. Now even sweeter, Killer Queen Black is finally available at retail stores starting today with a special package for Nintendo Switch™ that includes exclusive themed Joy-Con™ controller skins. To celebrate its release I’m excited so share that I have 5 copies of the retail edition to giveaway to our lucky readers!!
From the Publisher
The Killer Queen Black Nintendo Switch retail edition includes:
Exclusive Controller Skins – Fans who pick up the physical edition will receive exclusive themed Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controller skins, made of premium 3M vinyl skin material with a precision fit that’s easy to apply and remove.
- Three Victory Conditions – The end of a match comes once one team has won three times and wins can be earned in multiple ways. Workers can earn an Economic Victory by collecting and hoarding berries at their home base. Soldiers and Queens can claim a Military Victory by slaying the opposing team’s Queen three times. Players can also sneak in a Snail Victory by slowly riding the snail all the way back to base.
- Three Online Game Modes – After learning the basics in Tutorial mode (though eager bees can jump right in), players can test their mettle in three online game modes. Unranked mode provides quick games filled out by AI if needed; Ranked is a player-versus-player battle for the rise to Obsidian status; and Custom games offer a private sandbox.
- Wireless LAN Play – Exclusively for Nintendo Switch players, local gameplay can be set up with up to four players, or up to eight players by connecting two systems.
Now through November 4th, 2019, our US readers can enter for a chance to win one of 5 copies of Killer Queen Black using the form below. Winners will be selected through a random drawing and then notified via their registered email address with 48 hours to confirm. The game is rated E10+ (Fantasy Violence, Users Interact) by the ESRB. Minors will need parents permission to accept prize. Full rules available with each entry method below (there are lots!), and you can enter once per day via some of them as well so be sure to come back and enter daily! Good luck!
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