Almost half a year has passed since Crypton announced that Hatsune Miku would step on the Nintendo Switch again after the concerts she gave in Project DIVA: Megamix, but not in her role as a virtual singer, if not in the form of a Picross teacher. Yes, you read it right. If Mario could star in his own Picross, the world’s most famous virtual diva can too. In fact, Hatsune Miku Logic Paint already existed for iOS and Android before it was even announced in the Nintendo hybrid.
Soon it will be time to picross with Hatsune Miku Logic Paint S on Nintendo Switch
✨Title and main visual revealed! ✨
“Hatsune Miku Logic Paint S” will be released on the Nintendo Switch ™ soon! 🎉
Enjoy playing upgraded contents from #MIKULOGI! 💡
The main visual is by NEGI (@ulogbe) 💖 # HatsuneMiku #MIKULOGI_S pic.twitter.com/HfHAEog1Lc
– Hatsune Miku (@cfm_miku_en) March 1, 2021
Finally this version of the game will arrive on Nintendo Switch under the name of Hatsune Miku Logic Paint S, the same subtitle with which Nintendo is publishing its collection of picross games on Nintendo Switch. This version will bring more content than the mobile phone version, where it already has more than 200 puzzles. The surprising thing about all this is that while we learned of the existence of this version through a contest that was organized to put music to Hatsune Miku Logic Paint S, there was never an official announcement of this version by Crypton. And yet today we woke up not only with the announcement on the company’s Japanese account that reach “early”, but The news has been shared by the official international account of the virtual diva.
Considering the latter and that the Android and iOS version exists on both platforms in the West, it would not be surprising if the game would arrive on Nintendo Switches around the planet sooner rather than later. By the way, the drawing is done by NEGI, an illustrator who has already worked several times on projects related to Vocaloid, especially in things related to the Kagamine brothers.