Unreal Life, a point-and-click adventure game from Japanese developer hako life, is making the leap to the European eShop on 3rd December, it's been confirmed.

The game, which launched in Japan and the US a year ago today, is finally heading to Europe thanks to Selecta Play; the company has helped to get English, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese localisations ready for release, allowing plenty of new players to check it out for the first time.

Players take on the role of Hal, a girl who has lost most of her memories and can only remember her teacher, Miss Sakura. As she sets off to find Miss Sakura, Hal can touch objects to view their memories, helping her to slowly recover her own memories as she finds hits and solves puzzles.

One of the few reviews of the game posted online, from Siliconera, calls Unreal Life an "otherworldly beauty". They said, "Unreal Life is a special sort of adventure game. It’s hauntingly beautiful, with a story that is more touching than you might expect."