Launching on Nintendo Switch later this year is Memoranda, a point-and-click adventure featuring lovely hand-drawn graphics.
It was announced for the system just yesterday – we actually featured it in our Nintendo Life Indie Spotlight presentation – and is set to launch this fall. It's inspired by the surreal-world short stories of Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami, telling the story of a young woman who gradually realises that she's forgetting her own name.
It all takes place in a quiet town which houses a mix of ordinary, and not-so-ordinary, characters. From a World War II veteran to an elephant hoping to become a human, everyone in the town is on the verge of losing something. Here's a feature list:
- A classic 2D point-and-click adventure game set in a magical realism setting
- Unique and beautiful hand-drawn full-HD 2D graphics
- Inspired by Haruki Murakami’s short stories
- Original soundtrack with more than 15 tracks
- Thousands of dialogue lines with English voice over
- Meet more than 35 characters in 40 different locations
- Languages: English, French, German, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese
If you want to catch up on all the great games announced during our Nintendo Life Indie Spotlight show, feel free to have a browse here.
Before you go, though, let us know if Memoranda looks like your kind of thing in the comments below.
Interesting art style to make it stand out. I’m liking the look of it.
I backed this game originally and played it on PC.
It's has a lovely melancholic cartoony-depressing tone, and some real wackos in the cast.
If the story is good I’m all in!
The art style is very cool.
Oxenfree was one of my favourite, if not the top, game on switch due to its amazing look, story, and voice acting.
(I was then utterly disgusted by Afterparty and how it just wasn’t even close in quality....)
High hopes for this one!!!
Looks fantastic to me; I’m always up for some classic point and click adventure!
I will grab this one
I'm not usually into point and click games, but the story sounds interesting. The art style is also pretty neat. I'm interested. Looking forward to a review.
Looks pretty cool.
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