Cooking and management simulation game Daihanjou! Manpuku Marche: Gourmet Story coming to Switch

From Asobox, Toyste Beach, Flyhigh Works, and FK Digital.

Daihanjou! Manpuku Marche: Gourmet Story

Asobox, Toyste Beach, Flyhigh Works, and FK Digital have announced a Switch version of its 2014-released smartphone cooking and management simulation game Daihanjou! Manpuku Marche: Gourmet Story. It will launch via the Nintendo eShop this winter in Japan. It will also be playable at Tokyo Game Show 2018 from September 20 to 23.

Here is an overview of the smartphone version, via its store pages:

From “a handsome man of many mysteries” to a “witch girl,” “demon king,” and more, work with six unique chefs to manage the World Tree Market.

Procure ingredients, make food, then just wait. It’s simple management. By deepening your relationships with the chefs, surprising secrets may come to surface…

This is the first entry in the Manpuku Marche simple management simulation series from developer Asobox, whose other works include Oukoku no Douguya-san and Saisei! Karakara Wakusei.

Watch the announcement trailer below (from 28:58 to 31:18).

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