A physical edition of WeirdBeard’s physics-based block-stacking puzzler, Tricky Towers, looks set to be arriving on Nintendo’s diminutive handheld hybrid next week.

Yes, the Dutch studio has partnered with publisher, Super Rare Games, to launch Tricky Towers: Collector’s Edition on Nintendo Switch worldwide. Of course, there will only be a limited run of 4,000 copies pressed, so if you’re interested, you better pull the trigger sharpish if you want to get your hands on a copy.

Tricky Towers: Collector’s Edition boasts all 6 DLC packs on the cartridge and is the most complete version of the tower-building party puzzler to date. This edition also includes a 12-page full colour manual, interior artwork, exclusive sticker, as well as three trading cards randomly selected from the five-card set.

Here’s the rundown courtesy of the company’s press release:

With your brilliant robe and magic powers, it’s time to build some Tricky Towers!

Tricky Towers is a multiplayer physics-based tower building game. In a game of Tricky Towers you stack your bricks to create a stable tower and try to topple those of your opponents. To spice it up you can cast magic to support your structure and fend off the dark spells of your rivals in this frantic physics party game.

Tricky Towers offers local and online multiplayer with up to 4 players in Race, Survival and Puzzle mode. It also features 50 single player trials for players to test their skills or practice for online play.

With spells flying everywhere and bricks tumbling down, Tricky Towers makes for a chaotically good time!

The Collector’s Edition release also includes the six previously released DLC packs on the cartridge – Gem Bricks, Candy Bricks, Holographic Bricks, Galaxy Bricks, Spirit Animal Pack, and Indie Friends (featuring characters from Octodad, TowerFall, Lethal League, Nuclear Throne, and more!)

Pre-orders for Tricky Towers: Collector’s Edition open on May 28th for £32.40 (approx $33 USD/36.27€) exclusively at superraregames.com. Go ahead and follow the link if you’re keen on picking yourself up a copy.