Atone for Your Sins in “Hell’s High Harmonizers” on Nintendo Switch

Late last week, Ukidakensetsu officially released Hell’s High Harmonizers on Nintendo Switch via the Nintendo eShop.

Already available on Steam via Early Access, Hell’s High Harmonizers is a life simulation game set in the depths of Hell. If that description alone isn’t enough to pique your interest, here’s the official breakdown of the game from Ukidakensetsu:

Hell’s High Harmonizers is a game that allows players to experience a “loose life in hell” in a world based on monotone dot paintings.

Players take on the role of a “Harmonizer”, an official of Hell, and enjoy the “new life in Hell” by sometimes consulting with the residents and sometimes cooperating with them.

FEATURES

Character Create

Human or inorganic, anything goes!

Create characters full of freedom and individuality!

Exploration

Choose your character and explore Hell!

Traps, enemies, and wonderful treasures await you!

Unique Inhabitants!

People, lizards, bones, and machines?

The inhabitants of Hell are diverse in appearance and circumstances.

Interested? You can download Hell’s High Harmonizers at the Nintendo Switch eShop here, where you can get it at a special launch discount if you act quickly. You can also check out the game for PC via Steam.

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