The Snack World: Trejarers for 3DS launches July 13 in Japan

Level-5's new action RPG IP dated in Japan.

The Snack World: Trejarers

The Snack World: Trejarers will launch for 3DS in Japan on July 13 for 4,800 yen, Level-5 announced during today’s Japanese Nintendo Direct.

The smartphone version of the action RPG was previously dated for December.

Here are some new details:

Create Your Own Protagonist

The Snack World: Trejarers

Create your own character with your own hairdo, eyes, mouth, nose, and body, and travel the continent while cooperating with your allies as a “Trejarer”—an adventurer of The Snack World. Of course, Chup and other characters from the anime will also appear.

The Jaras You Choose in Battle are Key

The Snack World: Trejarers

“Jaras” are key chain-like miniature items that are essential in the world of The Snack World.

You’ll carry them as small key chains, but in battle, the make a grand transformation into your battle equipment. Choose the Jara that matches the opponent you’re facing.

Exclusive Jara: “Crystal Sword Alhpa”

The Snack World: Trejarers

A limited quantity of the retail version of The Snack World: Trejarers will include the “Crystal Sword Alpha” Jara.

Watch the Nintendo Direct segment and a TV spot below.

Nintendo Direct Segment

TV Spot

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