Narrative Adventure Game The Lion’s Song Launches on Nintendo Switch Today
Mipumi Games released its episodic narrative adventure game The Lion's Song on Nintendo Switch today as a console exclusive.
Today marks the launch of the Nintendo Switch version of The Lion’s Song, Mipumi Games’ episodic point-and-click adventure game. To celebrate, the indie developer released a brand new trailer for the game, highlighting each of the episodes included in the full season.
Gregor Eigner, CEO of Mipumi Games, also discussed bringing the adventure title to the hybrid system all at once. He also revealed that The Lion’s Song is a Nintendo Switch console exclusive, though the game is already available on PC and mobile devices:
“Our aim was to let players dive into the rich world of The Lion’s Song to experience four fascinating stories with very different endings. We are happy to be releasing the game on Nintendo Switch so that a whole new audience can discover this unique adventure and its protagonists, in a complete, console exclusive edition.”
For those of you who aren’t aware, The Lion’s Song is an episodic adventure game that follows artistic characters with exceptional minds in Austria during the early 1900s. The game is split into four episodes: Silence, Anthology, Derivation, and Closure. That being said, all episodes are being released as one package on Switch, not episodically like on PC.
Players can make many decisions in each episode of The Lion’s Song, and they can impact both earlier and latter episodes in the series. The whole package only costs $9.99 on Nintendo Switch.
You can check out the game’s launch trailer below. The Lion’s Song is now available on PC, iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch.