Roguelike RPG Monster Girls and the Mysterious Adventure coming to Switch on September 17 in Japan

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Monster Girls and the Mysterious Adventure

Regista will release a Switch version of Nekotokage-developed roguelike RPG Monster Girls and the Mysterious Adventure via the Nintendo eShop on September 17 in Japan for 2,980 yen. Pre-orders are available now at a 33 percent-off discount price of 1,980 yen.

Monster Girls and the Mysterious Adventure first launched for PC via Steam on January 18. While the PC version supports English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese language options, the Switch version only features Japanese language support.

The Switch version adds Koko, Arakune, and a third mystery character—all three who previously appeared in support roles—as characters you can take on your adventure.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:


Befriend monster girls and go on adventures together!

This is a Mystery Dungeon-style roguelike game in which the terrain changes with each challenge.

Game System

This is a Mystery Dungeon-style roguelike game. When the player makes a move, enemy monsters will also make a move. The game uses a turn-based system. You can befriend the monster girls you meet during your adventures by giving them drinks, ignoring them from time to time, and comparing their strength.


As an adventurer, “you” find yourself in a mysterious ward. According to the monster Tarte, who calls herself the mayor of a nearby village, in order to escape from this ward, you have to defeat the “tower sorcerer” in the Tower of Return.

Defeat the sorcerer and get out safely… Your mysterious adventure is about to begin!

Watch a trailer for the Switch version below.

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