Bonkers karting title All-Star Fruit Racing has been rated for release on the Switch in Brazil. PQube is listed as the publisher, which makes sense - the company has given Switch a lot of love recently. 

The gameplay appears to borrow quite a lot of inspiration from the famous Mario Kart series, and includes 22 characters, 21 courses, customisable karts and a wide range of game modes. Online multiplayer is also included, and you can play locally with 4 players in split-screen.

Here's some official PR, taken from the game's Steam page:

All-Star Fruit Racing is the kart racing game you’ve been waiting for! Graphically stunning and incredible fun with a strategic twist that will keep you playing.

Race on many breath-taking and distinct tracks spread over 5 spectacular islands: you’ll discover fantastic worlds… and remember: speed is nothing without strategy!


+ Single-player and Multiplayer Modes
+ Supports 2, 3, and 4-players in local split-screen
+ Online multiplayer for up to 8 players (ranking included!)
+ A roster of 22 characters to unlock
+ 5 islands composed of 21 tracks that will be polished with the help of the community
+ 3 different karts customisable with over 40.000 possible combinations to unlock
+ 5 Gameplay modes (Random Juicer, Juicer, Dragster, Elimination and Elimination Mix)
+ 5 Racing formats (Custom Race, Career, Fast Championship, Custom Championship and Time Attack)
+ 40 different fun skills to master and use against your rivals
+ Tons of items to unlock

With Mario Kart 8 Deluxe firmly ensconced as the karting king on Switch, you might question the wisdom of releasing a thematically similar title on the console, but the trailer sure looks interesting. Let us know if you'll be tucking into this juicy treat should it find its way to the Switch eShop in the west.