It’s time to jog a young woman’s memories. The Unreal Life Switch and PC English debuts are upon us. On November 19, 2020, we’ll follow Hal and an AI traffic light, 195, as they try to work out a mystery. That is, what happened to Miss Sakura, a missing teacher, and Hal’s missing memories.
Unreal Life is almost entirely the work of Hako. The developer noted on Twitter that it “took four years to make” and only “the second half of the music” wasn’t a solo effort. It is an adventure game where Hal explores what she can of her world, touching objects to learn about their past. As new items arrive and you look at different items, you’ll get closer to resolving mysteries and be able to reach new places.
Here’s the official trailer for the Unreal Life Switch and PC English debut.
This is the story of a girl who lost her memories, traveling with an AI traffic light.
Coming out on November 19th, 2020, on Nintendo Switch™. pic.twitter.com/jKxDfo9Uth
— hako 生活 (@clrfnd) November 13, 2020
Unreal Life will come to the Nintendo Switch and PC on November 19, 2020. The Steam page is already online, confirming achievements and cloud saves will be available, as well as a “Sound of the Mind” original digital soundtrack.