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Assault Android Cactus devs say Switch is "on their radar"

At one point in time, the developers of Assault Android Cactus were planning to bring the game to Wii U. Unfortunately that never happened, but does that mean Nintendo fans won't get to see the game at all? That might not be the case, according to a tweet from the dev team. When asked if Assault Android Cactus could come to Switch, they responded by saying the platform is "on their radar.
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