Side-scrolling action adventure game DOTORI coming to Switch in February

First released for PC in March 2020.


CFK will release indev-studio-developed side-scrolling action adventure game DOTORI for Switch via the Nintendo eShop in February, the publisher announced. It will support English, Japanese, and Korean language options.

DOTORI first launched for PC via Steam in March 2020.

Here is an overview of the game, via CFK:


DOTORI is a side-scrolling action adventure featuring unique 3D graphics and lively music. Already released on Steam, DOTORI has amassed praises from platformer fans around the world.


Rico the Squirrel was living a peaceful life collecting acorns.

It was another peaceful day for Rico, doing his work with his sister Lottie. Then, out of nowhere, an owl flew by and kidnapped Lottie!

Now Rico must embark on a hard journey to save her….

As Rico the Squirrel, player gets to explore places filled with mysteries. The stages are full of challenges that require agility and quick reflexes. Player will see Rico perform a variety of actions using only simple commands such as run, jump, and throw.


  • Rico – A squirrel living in peace collecting acorns. His face seems to suggest he has been through many hardships in life. His sister is more precious than anyone else.
  • Lottie – Rico’s younger sister. It was a peaceful day like any other for the family until an owl took her away.
  • Owl – A mysterious owl with bizarre hairstyle. He kidnapped Lottie for reasons unknown.

Watch a trailer for the PC version below.

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