GameFly lists Fun! Fun! Animal Park for Switch, likely localization of Waku Waku Doubutsu Land

Due out on March 28, according to listing.

Waku Waku Doubutsu Land

GameFly has listed “Fun! Fun! Animal Park” for Switch, which is published by Aksys Games and due out on March 28 in North America.

The title, which has yet to be announced by the company, is likely a localization of Nippon Columbia’s Waku Waku Doubutsu Land, which launched for Switch on July 26, 2018 in Japan. Here is an overview of the game, via our previous coverage:

  • Play Party Games with Friends and Family – With lots of popular animals, gameplay via intuitive Joy-Con controls, and rules that are easy to understand, even young children and video game novices can easily get into Waku Waku Doubutsu Land.
  • Choose Between Three Modes Depending on Your Play StyleWaku Waku Doubutsu Land features three modes: Tour Mode, One Match Mode, and Single Mode. In Tour Mode, two players can play several mini-games while competing for coins. There are four courses with different play times and number of playable mini-games, and you can choose your favorite course according to the situation. One Match Mode lets you choose and play your favorite standalone mini-game, and Single Mode lets you aim for the high score on your own.
  • Over 30 Games That Are Fun to Both Play and Watch – Comical action mini-games featuring pandas, penguins, kangaroos, and other popular zoo animals are not just fun for the player, even those watching can get involved and excited.
  • Cute Puppets Explain the Rules and Controls – A talking puppet director and co-director are the facilitators of Waku Waku Doubutsu Land. They will explain course overviews, the rules of each mini-game, controls, and so on in a way that is easy to understand.

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