Yesterday, FDG Entertainment tweeted their own thanks to its Nintendo Switch community for keeping the indie programmers, Castle Pixel, of Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King in industry.
Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King, developed by Castle Pixel and released by FDG Entertainment, made its way to Nintendo Switch back in December following many fan requests to the publication. The game originally was an unsuccessful Kickstarter game before its move to Steam. Within their tweet, FDG said the unbelievable rise in earnings after only 3 weeks of being available on Switch.
#NintendoSwitch neighborhood is a boon! #BlossomTales is presently a turnaround story: Humble indie dev @castlepixel can stay in business and keep making games. Love y! 3 weeks #Switch revenues surpass #Steam lifetime earnings 20 times! pic.twitter.com/GxO88Zor12
— FDG Entertainment (@FDG_Games) March 16, 2018
While Castle Pixel hasn’t shared what their next project will be, they did discuss their thanks to its Switch community with Game Informer:
“It turned out to be a complete turnaround, like FDG tweeted, it has exceeded lifetime sales on steam by 20 to 1. Blossom Tales was constructed for Nintendo fans and the fans ultimately saved us at the finish. With the achievement of Blossom Tales on Switch, we’re in a position to continue making updates and ports to other languages like Japanese. ”
For those unaware, the game itself is receptive world and also action-adventure centering around the adventures of Lily, a Knight of the Rose attempting to save the kingdom of Blossom from an eternal darkness. A grandfather narrates her narrative for his granddaughter.
Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King is currently on the Nintendo Switch for $14.99. You can watch a trailer for it here.