Even though Capcom recently announced that its crossover cellular title Puzzle Fighter will be closing in a few months, puzzle-fighting lovers shouldn’t even be concerned about the future of the genre.   Nicalis has announced Crystal Crisis, a color-matching puzzle fighting game hybrid and crossover of numerous prominent   Nicalis characters that’s coming to Nintendo Switch this fall.

Crystal Crisis will have players matching similarly-colored gems in order to fill their burst gauge so as to attack other players. The game enables player wrap pieces around the board, opening up more positioning options. When it comes to modes, Crystal Crisis will possess the standard   Arcade, Survival, Tag-Team and Coaching modes alongside both local and online multiplayer.

When it comes to the crossover part of Crystal Crisis, many notable personality take a look. So far Quote, Ballos, Curly Brace from Cave Story, Issac from The Binding of Issac, Princess Solange from Code of Princess, Jim Hawkins, Aban, Tina out of 1001 Spikes, President Thompson along with a zombie out of The Tempura of the Dead, Akuji from Akuji the Demon, Knight by Hydra Castle Labyrinth, TurboDuo’s all-but-forgotten mascot Johnny Turbo, renowned Tezuka Productions personalities Atom and Black Jack, along with Helen from the Approaching Blade Strangers are confirmed to the game.

At launch, the game will probably cost players39.99. As with other bodily releases in  Nicalis, the retail model of Crystal Crisis may include a complete colour game guide and also a “bonus collectible” that’ll be announced at a later date.

Below you can check out the first screenshots and the announcement trailer for this title. Crystal Crisis is now set to published on Nintendo Switch this autumn.

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