Nintendo Switch

Critically-Acclaimed The Lion’s Song Coming To Nintendo Switch 10th July

Mipumi Games, who are an Austrian development team, have confirmed today that their critically acclaimed video game The Lion’s Song will be gracing the Nintendo Switch. The game will be available via the Nintendo Switch eShop on 10th July for $9.99/£9.99/€9.99.

Set in early 20th century Austria, The Lion’s Song is a series of four self-contained point & click stories featuring a cast of fictional artists and scientists, each blessed with outstanding skills. Each chapter follows in the footsteps of one of these exceptional minds, and players are tasked with helping them overcome their intimate struggles with creativity, human connections and inspiration. The choices they make along the way will have a direct impact on the storylines of all future and past episodes, connecting the individual stories of The Lion’s Song into one overarching narrative.

The Lion’s Song is a series of four self-contained point & click stories connected into an overarching narrative, where the player’s choices will affect the way in which the story unfolds. Set against the backdrop of early 20th century Austria, every chapter follows a different character, each blessed with an exceptional creative mind. The game pulls players into a story of personal struggle for creativity, human connections and inspiration. Originally created as a Ludum Dare project in 2014, The Lion’s Song features a striking art direction and a unique setting. Four easily accessible episodes are produced for PC/Steam, iOS and Android, with the game also coming to Nintendo Switch™ on 10 July 2018. To find out more about The Lion’s Song please visit lionssonggame.com.

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