Visual novel Cyanotype Daydream: The Girl Who Dreamed the World announced for Switch

    Available now for Steam in English.

    Laplacian announced sci-fi visual novel Cyanotype Daydream: The Girl Who Dreamed the World is coming to Nintendo Switch on November 17.

    The Switch version will be released in Japan without English text support according to Gematsu. Currently, there are no plans for a worldwide release. Cyanotype Daydream: The Girl Who Dreamed the World is available now for PC (Steam) with English and Simplified Chinese support.

    In Japan, the Switch version will be sold physically at retail and digitally through the Japanese Nintendo eShop. The standard edition costs 5,800 yen and the collector’s edition costs 9,800 yen. Cyanotype Daydream: The Girl Who Dreamed the World Collector’s Edition features a physical copy of the game, artbook, novel, drama CD, demo/unused track CD, and a special box.

    Here’s an overview of the game via Steam:

    This is the story of the girl who dreamed the world.
    Cyanotype Daydream: The Girl Who Dreamed the World is a visual novel that uses the medium to tell its story in a unique and unforgettable way.
    It’s a story of longing, of hope, of despair; and above all, a story of love.
    Three stories of star-crossed couples weave together a tapestry of emotions that converge in one final story, where the truth behind everything will be revealed.
    Kaito wakes to find himself in a strange room with no memories of who he is or how he got there. The only other people around are a quiet white-haired girl and their overseer, Izumo. As three separate stories unfold around him, Kaito begins to wake up to the truth of this world, and his own role in it. And it’s all connected to the strange, silent girl named Yonagi…
    Case-1 Hatano Rin
    Arishima Kaoru is a 45-year old adjunct professor, stuck in an unhappy marriage and living a life of tedium after having long given up on his dreams of becoming a novelist.
    One day, he finds out that a student of his, Hatano Rin, is none other than the daughter of the writer he once admired above all others.
    As the relationship between the two deepens, Arishima grapples with immoral impulses toward this younger girl. But even as his life spirals and his marriage crumbles further, he picks up his pen and starts to write again.
    Case-2 Olivia Berry
    Our stage is set in the heyday of Elizabethan theater, a time where women were prohibited from acting on stage.
    A young William Shakespeare runs a failing pub together with his blind father. Blessed with a perfect memory, he uses the tales his patrons tell as inspiration for the plays he writes to earn extra income.
    When his fate ends up in the hands of one Olivia Berry, a woman with a fiery personality and a fierce sense of purpose, Will finds himself in the midst of a real-life drama of his own.
    Case-3: Momonouchi Sumomo
    Amei Kanna is a college dropout who spends his time holed up in his dad’s garage trying to fix his late mother’s old, beat up camper van.
    But when a young teacher-in-training shows up out of the blue, she provides the spark to get him out of his mancave and into the world again.
    Together with the self-styled scrap hunter Azuki, they set out on an adventure to find the special place Kanna’s mother left behind in a drawing.
    As Halley’s comet streaks across the sky, the three share an unforgettable summer of sweet beginnings and bitter ends.
    After experiencing these stories and bidding farewell to them, the threads converge in the truth of one girl.
    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email:

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