Australian developer The Binary Mill – responsible for various bite-sized and VR-based experiences such as Mini Moto Racing, Rush, Gun Club, and Assault Squadron – has revealed it is bringing its "bright and colorful" mobile puzzler Forest Home to the Switch this month, on 20th June. This will be the company's very first release on the Nintendo Switch.

In Forest Home, all the animals are lost and it's your responsibility to guide them to safety by drawing pathways with your finger. Of course, it's not as easy as it sounds – you'll have to avoid obstacles, navigate bridges and collect food while keeping an eye out for a mischievous goblin.

The gameplay promises to be simple but addictive, making it perfect for a quick or prolonged session. There are thousands of unique puzzles, eight wonderful forests to explore, a dynamic puzzle system – to maximize replay value, ultra-challenging boss levels and you can also build up a scrapbook with dozens of unlockables and secret rewards.

Best of all, Forest Home will have a 20% discount in both North America and Europe during its launch week, selling for $11.99 instead of the regular $14.99. The enhancements for the Switch version include controller support, the ability to play in tabletop mode or docked mode in full 1080p, new puzzle layouts, a reworked campaign and reward system, and new colorblind modes.

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