According to the latest issue of Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu, WorldNeverland: Elnea Kingdom will be released on Nintendo Switch in Spring 2018.

The game was originally released on iOS and Android stores in 2015 and aims to act as a simulation of a living society. With hints of RPG gameplay elements also involved, players can get married and start a family, build houses and farms, battle against monsters, cook ingredients, and are generally free to do as they please. You can see a trailer for the original release below.

There are no details on a western release as of yet but, considering the game was localised on mobile devices, we're feeling rather optimistic that a release will come our way. Do you think this looks like another welcome addition to the Switch's library? Let us know with a comment.