Paper-based puzzle game Kaminazo: Mirai kara no Omoi de announced for Switch

Due out on November 28 in Japan. Printer required.

Kaminazo: Mirai kara no Omoi de

Publisher DelightWorks and developer Gift Ten Industry have announced paper-based puzzle game Kaminazo: Mirai kara no Omoi de for Switch. It will launch via the Nintendo eShop on November 28 in Japan for 2,480 yen.

Here is an overview of the game, via the Nintendo eShop:

A new experience. Using paper.

Kaminazo: Mirai kara no Omoi de is a puzzle game that uses paper. Solve the puzzles in the game by taking notes on, folding, and cutting self-printed puzzle paper.

The data for the puzzle paper will be distributed via the game’s official website, which can be printed at home or at your local convenience store.

Enjoy solving puzzles through various stages that use paper such as letters, origami, photographs, maps, and leaflets.

And here is the game’s story, via its official website:

One day, Tokio (voiced by Soma Saito) receives an envelope from an unknown sender. Inside the envelope were old photographs, which show a young Tokio and an unknown girl. Guided by the mysterious girl named Mirai (voiced by Rie Takahashi), Tokio solved the puzzles sent to him by mail, but comes to understand a certain truth…

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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