The Sundew, A Point-And-Click-Adventure Game, Announced for Switch and PC This Summer

The Sundew, A Point-And-Click-Adventure Game, Announced for Switch and PC This Summer

The Sundew, a dark, retro, cyberpunk indie game, has been announced for Nintendo Switch and PC and will release this summer.

The Sundew, an dark, cyberpunk indie game, has been announced and will release on Switch and PC this summer. You can watch the announcement trailer below.

The game follows Anna Isobe, a cybernetically enhanced cop living in a world that’s abandoned her. Drones and other advanced technology have made you feel outdated in comparison. It’s a point-and-click adventure game set in Shibukawa, a city in the year 2054 that’s become dystopian. As Anna, it’s up to you to unfold a conspiracy. Additionally, you’ll make decisions that will change humanity forever.

“After several years of work and many adventures, The Sundew is finally about to see the light of day,” said Vuillame in a press release. “I see this game as a world that players will be able to enter, followed by other games in the same universe. My greatest joy will be to see the players take over this world and make it their own.”

The game is entirely developed by Agnes Vuillame in France, founder of 2054 Games. She founded the studio last September and The Sundew has been a passion project years in the making. The game is inspired by classic point-and-click adventure games from LucasArts and Wadjet Eye Games. You can read about the game’s features below.

  • Guide Anna Isobe, a cyborg cop with a dark past, through the unraveling of a global conspiracy.
  • Experience a diverse cast of characters, each with their own secrets and history.
  • Explore Shibukawa and the remnants of the old world.
  • Make decisions that will change the fate of humanity, for better or worse.

The Sundew releases on Nintendo Switch and PC this summer. Stay tuned to DualShockers for more news on the game and other indies. If you’re looking for other indie games to play, you can read our review of Sunlight now.