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Switch Well Represented At Indie Live Expo
« on: June 05, 2021, 04:39:00 AM »

While North America slept, the games started flowing.

http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/news/57262/switch-well-represented-at-indie-live-expo

The Switch was well represented at a summer independent game festival that just wrapped in Japan.

Although not all of the games have Western release planned, they will be available in Japan:

  • 505 Games and Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles developer Prideful Sloth revealed Grow: Song of the Evertree, an exploration game with a soundtrack composed by Kevin Perkin (Florence) releasing in 2021.
  • Developer TALEshop and publisher CFK (Wonder Boy Returns Remix, Wicce) announced a Switch version of romance adventure Miracle Snack Shop: the teaser says "Coming Soon".
  • CFK is also working with Frontier Aja on a remaster of side-scroller Koumajou Remilia: Scarlet Symphony (2009 PC): the Touhou Project based game will release later this year.
  • G-Mode will release OU later this year, described as an action game enjoyable by those who may not normally be able to play them.
  • fault - milestone two side: below, the third in the series of visual novels, will be available in September from Alice in Dissonance and publisher Phoenixx.
  • Phoenixx will publish FILEMECHANISM, a puzzle game that involves saving the state of the game, from Chemical Pudding later this year.
  • Developer CHARON and publisher Far East Studios announced a Switch version of the previously announced Menheraflesia: Flowering Abyss: the original Menheraflesia was a freeware title released in 2017. The "mental health romance horror" game will launch in Japan by the end of 2021.
  • Playism announced a publishing/distribution agreement with White Owl Games (Swery65) for The Good Life, which was later slated for fall.
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