Today Prototype released the first screenshots of the Nintendo Switch version of the upcoming visual novel Summer Pocket.
The game was originally released for PC, iOS, and Android this summer, and it’s developed by Key, which is known for tear-jerking games like Kanon, Air, and Clannad.
It features art by Na-Ga, whose name is linked to titles like Little Busters! and Angel Beats!
The Switch version of Summer Pocket supports traditional gameplay with the Joy Con controllers, but it also features full touch-screen support. It can alose be played one-handed with a single Joy-Con.
It’s set in an island called Torijiroshima, and the story is the usual featuring a boy from the city that moves in and meets a bunch of young ladies. I’m sure you’re pretty familiar with the trope.
It will come to the Switch in Japan in the Spring of 2019, but we don’t yet know if it will include English text as some other visual novels published by Prototype.
You can check out the screenshots in the gallery below alongside the artwork showcasing the cast. You can also visit the official website.
If you’re interested in more visual novels on Nintendo Switch, today Prototype also announced a spring 2019 release window for Key’s classic Clannad.