Waku Waku Sweets physical edition launches this winter in North America

Published by Aksys Games.

Waku Waku Sweets

Aksys Games will release a physical edition of Sonic Powered-developed Waku Waku Sweets for Switch this winter in North America for $39.99, the company announced.

Waku Waku Swets first launched for Switch in August 2018 in Japan, followed by North America and Europe as a digital-only in November 2018. The digital edition is available now via the Nintendo eShop.

Here is an overview of the game, via Aksys Games:

In Waku Waku Sweets, players can roll, mix, and bake their way to becoming a master pastry chef with over 100 different recipes featuring tasty treats from around the world. Using the Joy-Con controllers, players can sharpen their skills using realistic motions that have been designed to mimic real-life recipes, like sifting, pouring, baking, and frosting.

In addition to featuring a variety of confectioneries, Waku Waku Sweets also features a multitude of different hairstyles and clothing options to make the player’s pastry chef entirely their own. Customization doesn’t stop there as players can design their own unique patisserie with furniture and more.

Multiple gameplay options are available in the game. Players can move up the ranks at work by cooking for their co-workers, complete solo quests, challenge your neighbors, or share your sweets with the village. The choice is yours!

Watch a trailer below.

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