Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada Heads to Switch in Summer 2019

Onion Games has announced a Nintendo Switch port for Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada.

The game is heading to the hybrid console sometime this summer.

Here’s a rundown on the game:

Yamada-kun is a salaryman who, every night, develops a videogame alone in his apartment. In his videogame, he is a brave, successful hero experiencing trials and thrills within various retro-pixel-arty, chiptuney dungeons. He is the star of his own game. Also, he is the star of our game(, which you should download), which depicts his life, and also contains the entirety of his game.

Yamada-kun (Age 36) is a salaryman working as a programmer at a major game publisher. His job sucks. Deep into every night, alone in his apartment, he works on his own game. One day, the Chairman fires Yamada-kun! Unemployment strengthens Yamada-kun’s game-making resolve: the Evil Chairman will be the final boss!

He falls in love with Maria-chan (Age: 18) next door — he might as well put her in the game, too! It probably won’t even be creepy or weird at all! She can be the princess, and he can rescue her. It’ll be such a simple game — a tale of pure love. Yamada-kun is excited to make his game.

Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada will be playable first at this year’s BitSummit, in Kyoto, from June 1st to the 2nd.



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