Life long a day: Sumire is out on PC and Nintendo Switch

Japanese studio GameTomo Team, known for action film Ballistic Craft and post-apocalyptic Project Nimbus, has released their new project. And this time it‘s Sumire’s casual anime-style adventure. So far, the game supports only English and Japanese, but the creators promise more localizations.

The action of Sumire takes place for one day in a picturesque Japanese village. Sad girl Sumire meets a spirit who promises to fulfill her most cherished desire.

But for this she will have to cope with a number of different assignments until the end of the day – and at night it will be known whether her life will change. Before June 2, Sumire can be bought with a release discount.

On Steam, the game costs 324 rubles, and in the Nintendo store – 858 rubles. Additionally, the creators released an artbook and soundtrack, and they can be bought both individually and as part of the Complete Bundle set.

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