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.