Tell Me Your Story Now Available on Nintendo Switch and Steam

A story-driven cozy puzzle game full of adventure and surprises, the world of Tell Me Your Story is now available for the Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam.

In this title, players will be able to discover Asia, Europe, and the Amazon rainforest as they set out to feel like a child again. As Amelia, players will listen to her grandmother Rose’s stories as they unpack different items.

Tell Me Your Story’s Game Designer and Producer Inez Górska-Brzezińska said the following:

“I’m glad that small, unique productions are still being created, even though the industry itself is going through many difficulties. I’m grateful that games like this one can still find their place on gamers’ shelves. 

So check out “Tell Me Your Story” for yourself and see what this game gives you. Whether it’s a peaceful, enjoyable Friday evening or a moment of peace somewhere between your duties, it’s up to you.”

Inez Górska-Brzezińska

All those interested can purchase Tell Me Your Story on Steam at a 10% discount from now through May 10 as part of an introductory offer, placing it at $8.99. The Rose Artbook, Peanut Artbook, and Amelia Artbook can also be purchased for $0.99 each on the same page.

The title can also be purchased for the Nintendo Switch via the official Nintendo eShop.

Fans can keep up to date on all of RedDeer.Games projects via their official website, along with their Facebook and Twitter/X social media channels.

Source: Press Release

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