Beastie Bay DX Switch

Kairosoft has another simulation title ready to launch on Switch; this time, it’s Beastie Bay DX, which tasks castaway players with surviving and thriving on a desolate island. The game will be available on December 2 for $12.00. Originally a mobile game, Beastie Bay DX will look to add features and content to help it stick the transition to console. Below, check out an old trailer for the mobile edition of the game, and then read on for some details on the Switch version.

Here is some background on the premise and some Switch features for Beastie Bay DX.

Washed ashore a desolate island and surrounded by savage beasts, can you thrive…or merely survive?

Blaze trails into unknown territory…and then make it your own! Plant crops, build housing and power sources, and transform the island into your own personal paradise. As you progress, you’ll be able to develop new gear and technology to take your adventure to the next level, including ways to travel to unexplored islands nearby!

The native fauna eyeing you as their next meal? Capture the critters, trade them with friends, and train them to fight for you! Most have elemental strengths and weaknesses, so use these to your advantage in battle.

Venture far enough afield and you may find signs of civilization. If you make the right friends, your humble isle could grow into an economic powerhouse, complete with hot springs, hotels, and heliport. The possibilities are as limitless as the horizon!

Survival of the fittest was never so fun! You call the shots as you develop your primitive isle into a luxurious slice of paradise!

Are you interested in an island survival simulation adventure? Beastie Bay DX looks like the sort of laid-back simulation title that could be fun for some handheld play on Switch. What do you think of what we’ve seen of the game? Let us know in the comments below.

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Andrew Rockett
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