Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom for Switch updated with user interface color scheme options

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Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom

Publisher FDG Entertainment and developer Game Atelier have released a new update for the Switch version of Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom adding the ability to set the game’s user interface to various color schemes, including the colors of the newly released Switch Lite.

The update includes the following user interface color schemes: yellow, turquoise, red, pink, grey, and green. It also features “many bug fixes.”

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.

Watch a trailer introducing the different color schemes below.

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