“Deathmatic action” game Maid-san wo Migi ni Mi announced for Switch and more

A super version of the 2004-released PC game.

Maid-san wo Migi ni Mi

Platine Dispositif is bringing its 2004-released PC “deathmatic action” game Maid-san wo Migi ni (also known as Zangyura or Maid Samba) to Switch “and more” as Maid-san wo Migi ni Mi (also known as Super Zangyura), the company announced.

A prototype of Maid-san wo Migi ni Mi will be playable on Switch at Digital Games Expo 2018 in Akihabara on November 4. Visitors who stop by and play will receive an acrylic key chain of the game’s maid protagonist.

While further information about Maid-san wo Migi ni Mi was not announced, the original Maid-san wo Migi ni is a Castlevania-esque side-scrolling action game set in a castle full of puzzles and traps, with boss battles at the end of each chapter. The maid protagonist can be easily killed, including when time runs out.

Visit the teaser website for Maid-san wo Migi ni Mi here. Visit the official website for the original Maid-san wo Migi ni here.

Watch some gameplay footage of the original Maid-san wo Migi ni below.

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