Racjin announces action communication adventure puzzle game Kaitou Twins for Switch

Due out via the Nintendo eShop on October 25.

Kaitou Twins

Developer Racjin will release action / communication / adventure / puzzle game Kaitou Twins (Thief Twins) for Switch via the Nintendo eShop On October 25 for $9.99 / 980 yen. It will support English and Japanese language options.

Here is an overview of the game, via the Nintendo eShop:


Become a member of the two-man group of phantom thieves known as the “Twins” and infiltrate various stages to steal wonderful treasures! The key to clearing each infiltration is communication! “I’ll go check over here!” “There’s an enemy that way!”—by exchanging information, you can slip through each stage’s strong security!

Key Features

  • Support for Two-Player Joy-Con Play – Play two-player local co-op with one Joy-Con per player, whether it’s your family, friend, or significant other!
  • Simple Controls – Since you can move around with the press of a single button, even users who don’t usually play games can enjoy Kaito Twins!
  • Single-Player Mode – Several single-player stages are also included. Steal treasures using only your own power!

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