Mundaun a Folklore-Inspired Horror Coming to Switch in April

Independent game developer Hidden Fields and publisher MWM Interactive will release the folklore-inspired horror adventure game Mundaun on Nintendo Switch in April. The game will release as scheduled across PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store on March 16.

“We want to take the proper time to ensure that every facet of Mundaun’s vibrant hand-penciled world is properly brought to life on the Nintendo Switch, so will be taking just a few extra weeks to perfect it,” said Hidden Fields founder and sole developer Michel Ziegler. “It has been an incredible journey working on the game and I look forward to delivering the best version of the game to all players this spring.”

Mundaun is a lovingly hand-penciled survival horror tale that follows a young man named Curdin who travels to a dark, secluded valley of the Alps to learn more about the mysterious circumstances behind his grandfather’s death. Along the way, he discovers that something diabolical is haunting the town’s residents and begins a journey to discover Mundaun’s secrets. Throughout their journey, players will solve intricate puzzles and learn more about the town, while avoiding sinister characters that trigger the game’s fear system, a “cause-and-effect” feature that disorients players when facing dangerous situations.

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