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Chicory: A Colorful Tale Launches on Nintendo Switch

The indie publisher, Finji, is proud to announce that their creative adventure game, Chicory: A Colorful Tale, is now available for Nintendo Switch.

Finji has been behind countless award-winning indie titles such as Night in the Woods, Overland, and Wilmot’s Warehouse. The game is developed by Wandersong’s Greg Lobanov and features an original soundtrack from award-winning composer, Lena Raine (Celeste, Guild Wars 2).

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In-game Screenshot

Chicory: A Colorful Tale captured our hearts during the LudoNarraCon. We were fortunate enough to check it out on PlayStation 5 when it was released, and now that it’s on Nintendo Switch, we might have to give it another try.

The game begins with your protagonist at the heart of where colour stems from; Chicory’s tower. After a few tremors, the colour in the world evaporates. As you begin to inspect the problem, you notice Chicory — the rabbit the game is named after —is missing and the sacred brush has been left behind. Picking up the brush kickstarts your journey to paint the world back together.

The game also tackles some sensitive themes in its long campaign. You can check the trailer out below.

Nintendo Switch Port

The Nintendo Switch version of one of the best-reviewed games of 2021 takes full advantage of the touch screen. You can paint the world with the touch screen or use the classic gamepad controls; it’s entirely up to you. If you feel like colouring with a friend, you can do that even if you only have two joy-con controllers. The game is also launching with multiple language support with more languages on the way.

Chicory: A Colorful Tale is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC via Steam, and now, the Nintendo Switch. You can check out our full review here.


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