Pet hamster simulation game Djungarian Story announced for Switch

Due out on May 20 in Japan with English language support.

Djungarian Story

Success has announced pet hamster simulation game Djungarian Story for Switch. It will launch on May 20 in Japan with support for English, Japanese, and Chinese (Traditional and Simplified) language options.

The 2,500 yen limited print physical edition will include a download code for the full game, the downloadable content “Sukeroku Pack,” the physical edition-exclusive digital item bonus “Pink Bear,” the original papercraft “Djungarian Hamster’s House,” and a special sticker set.

The standalone digital edition will cost 1,000 yen. The downloadable content “Sukeroku Pack” can be purchased in June for 500 yen.

Here is an overview of the game, via its official website:


This is a story about a Djungarian hamster and you.

Key Features

  • Pet, Play with, and Befriend Your Hamster – Have a brush with your “friend,” the Djungarian hamster.
  • Make More Friends – When hamsters “tie the knot,” a child hamster will be born.
  • Decorate the Cage – Exchange items at the “Djundjun Mall” to customize the cage.

Special Nameko items will also appear, including the “Nameko Hut” and “Nameko Log.”

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