Adventure game Bear’s Restaurant coming to Switch on June 17

Currently available for iOS and Android.

Bear's Restaurant

Odencat will release adventure game Bear’s Restaurant for Switch via the Nintendo eShop on June 17 for 1,350 yen, the developer announced. It will support English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese language options.

Bear’s Restuarant first launched for iOS via the App Store and Android via Google Play in February 2019.

Here is an overview of the game, via its store pages:

In this restaurant, the dead will have their last supper. Hamburgers, omelets, sushi, pudding, anything. Let us cook your favorite dish when you were alive.

This is a story about a “Bear” and a “Cat.” You are a “Cat,” the assistant of a “Bear,” who is the chef of the restaurant. Players can know about the customer’s favorite dishes by “diving” into their memories… but in fact, you yourself do not remember who you are. Not even your favorite dish.

There is no difficult puzzle, no exciting battle, no epic cut scenes. But, you will remember their episodes.

Warning: This game contains potentially distressing materials, such as traffic accident, suicide and murder. However, there is no gore.

Watch a trailer for the Switch version below.

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