Flying Girl Striker for Switch launches September 25

Switch version of 3D shoot 'em up dated.

Flying Girl Striker

The Switch version of 3D shoot ’em up Flying Girl Striker will launch via the Nintendo eShop on September 25 for $15.00, publisher Mediascape and developer Stardia announced. It will support Japanese, English, Spanish, and Chinese language options.

Flying Girl Striker is currently available for iOS via the App Store and Android via Google Play.

Here is an overview of the game, via Nintendo.com:

About

Lock on and crush them with a homing laser! Flying Girl Striker is a super exhilarating 3D shooting game where you shoot enemies with dynamic camera work and effects.

Key Features

  • The joy of locking on and shooting enemies. Align with enemies and lock on! The exhilaration of destroying the enemies with the homing laser one after another, not letting them escape!
  • Varied stages and enemy characters. Progress through stages featuring dynamic camera work and effects, as tough enemy characters appear one after another.
  • Power up by buying items. You can upgrade your aircraft by buying items in the shop. Take advantage of customization to progress through battles!

Watch a new trailer below.

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