World Tree Marche for Switch launches February 28 in the west

A warm-hearted management simulation game.

World Tree Marche

World Tree Marche, known as Daihanjou! Manpuku Marche: Gourmet Story in Japan, will launch for Switch via the Nintendo eShop worldwide on February 28 for $11.99 / €11.99, publishers Flyhigh Works and Circle Entertainment announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via Flyhigh Works:

World Tree Marche is a warm-hearted management simulation in which you run the market of a struggling “world tree” together with six chefs. As the Royal Food Adviser, you will need to help them through their unique gourmet storylines, find new recipes and stop the evil Gourmand Corporation.

Your tasks include finding and buying ingredients to cook, creating recipes, and then arranging them in stores. By discovering new ingredients and recipes, you can bring the Marche back to its former glory. Aim to earn big sales and enjoy “fever time!”

Six chefs join the Marche as the story progresses, and each has their own troubles and secrets. As you strengthen relationships with the chefs, their unexpected narratives will be unfold. There’s a lot to discover!

Watch a trailer below.

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