Ubisoft may be one of the world's largest 'triple-A' publishers, but it also runs regional initiatives to find and support Indie games around the world. This is highlighted in a video above, and at the start of the short presentation development studio Toukana Interactive confirms that it plans to bring its project to Nintendo Switch.
It's called Dorfromantik, which is currently in early access on Steam where its earned plenty of positive user reviews and press coverage. YouTube isn't short of let's play videos either, so it's certainly a title with strong early momentum. The plan is for the full launch on PC later this year, with Switch (and mobile) being in the works.
You can read a bit more and see an early access trailer below.
Dorfromantik is a relaxing building strategy and puzzle game in which you place tiles to create ever-growing, idyllic village landscapes. With Dorfromantik, you can immerse yourself in a quiet, peaceful world at any time and take a break from everyday life. At the same time, Dorfromantik offers a challenge for those who are looking for one: To beat the highscore, you need to carefully plan and strategically place your tiles.
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