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Forgotton Anne Now Available on Nintendo Switch

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Square-Enix and ThroughLine Games announced today that Forgotton Anne is available on the Nintendo Switch.

Forgotton Anne takes players to the mysterious Forgotten Lands, where all mislaid items from the human world are sent to linger. The game features handcrafted cinematic levels, where creatures called Forgotlings (that are formed out of all of these missing items) help the trapped Anne find her way home. 2D puzzle platforming and dialogue choices are included.

You can view a trailer below:

Forgotton Anne – Launch Trailer [ESRB]

According to Phil Elliott, Director of Indie Publishing at Square Enix:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“I think it’s safe to say a Nintendo Switch version of Forgotton Anne has been in our minds ever since we encountered ThroughLine Games’ amazing creation. We’re really excited to bring this outstanding ode to all things anime to an audience we think will really appreciate it. It really is one of the most stunning games we’ve ever put out.”[/testimonials]

Alfred Nguyen, Creative Director and Co-founder of ThroughLine Games, added:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“It’s no secret that we want as many people to experience Anne’s story as possible, but this Nintendo Switch version has a special place in our hearts. Nintendo and anime are such logical bedfellows, we think bringing Forgotton Anne to Nintendo Switch is possibly one of the easiest decisions we’re ever likely to make in our careers.”[/testimonials]
Source: Press Release
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