The May 2018 PC release Quarantine Circular has just been made available on the Switch eShop following an announcement by the game's creator Mike Bithell during the 'Kinda Funny Video Game Showcase' on Twitch.

Bithell Games was previously responsible for Thomas Was Alone and Subsurface Circular. Quarantine Circular is a mature sci-fi text-based adventure set in the middle of a world-ending pandemic, as a group of scientists discover the galaxy has been watching them. The title is described as a "one-sitting game" for adults in search of a new world to discover. Here's a bit more about it from the game's Steam page:

Quarantine Circular is about on a par with the average network TV science fiction episode in its depiction of mature themes and gore. We like to think of it as ‘adult’ in the sense that it focuses on themes of humanity and philosophy, not because of any grossness or sexiness.

It's also worth noting the title is its own self-contained story and does not require players to experience Subsurface Circular beforehand - a game released earlier this year on the Switch eShop.

Take a look at the trailer above and tell us if you're in the mood for a text-based adventure on the Switch.

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