The Spirit And The Mouse Scampers To Nintendo Switch This Year

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Armor Games Studios and Alblune have announced that The Spirit and The Mouse is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year.

In this “wholesome adventure,” you play as the adorable mouse Lila who, after a fateful encounter on a stormy night, meets the Spirit Guardian Lumion who is in need of help and lends his powers to her in his place.

Lila must climb, scamper and shock her way around the otherwise quiet village of Sainte-et-Claire on a quest that will see you befriend playful electrical spirits called Kibblins, help out the villagers in need and witness “an emotional and heartwarming experience” that will show that everyone can be hero, no matter their size.

“We are really excited to announce that The Spirit and The Mouse is coming to the Nintendo Switch!” enthuse Alblune co-founders Alexandre Stroukoff and Lucie Lescuyer. “Our colourful world and characters feel right at home on this platform, and we hope the players will enjoy playing as a little mouse on the go as well as on the big screen.”

The publisher breaks down the game’s key features as below:

  • Explore the charming French village of Sainte-et-Claire and discover its secrets at your own pace from the perspective of a tiny mouse!
  • Use electricity-based powers to traverse the world around you, solve character-driven puzzles, and bring the villagers’ stories to life.
  • Help the troubled local villagers by going on quests and placating the mischievous Kibblins through charming mini-games.
  • Collect energy and happiness to unlock new abilities throughout the course of your adventure.

The Spirit and the Mouse will release digitally on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide in Fall 2022.

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