YumeNikki: Dream Diary Coming To Nintendo Switch On February 21

Playism has announced that the dream exploration hit indie game YumeNikki: Dream Diary will be released for Nintendo Switch on February 21, 2019 for $19.99. Pre-orders are available now on the Nintendo eShop with a 20% off discount. The game will feature English, Japanese, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese (Traditional, Simplified), and Korean language options.

About the game

Play as a young girl as she explores the mysterious and unreal world of her dreams. Start off with no story or guide, as you experience the different worlds of her dreams, each one deeply shrouded in mystery.

Run from the monsters that chase you, discover how to use the items you find, and solve the puzzles you come across to find clues to the mysteries scattered around you.

There are 7 doors that exist within the dream, from which you can freely go through to different worlds as many times and in whatever order you like. Discovering where the worlds are connected and what happens between them may be the key that brings you closer to your goal.

An homage to the original Yume Nikki, created by indie game developer Kikiyama on RPG Maker and released in 2004, this reimagining has been made with the permission, cooperation, and supervision of the original creator. This time created with 3D graphics and a new game system, while still retaining the feel of the original world and characters.

Features

  • Wander through the elaborate and terrifyingly beautiful world expanding before your eyes as you pass through the door to your own dreams.
  • Experience a unique and alluring realm that stretches the bounds of imagination.
  • Utilize an eclectic variety of items and effects to venture deeper and deeper into the world of dreams.

Check out the YumeNikki: Dream Diary Launch Trailer:

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