Mystery Exploration Game Kona Now Out on the Nintendo Switch Alongside Launch Trailer

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Taking place in the 1970’s, you are bound to the Canadian winter of Kona in this exploratory mystery game. Being released as an early-access game on Steam in 2015, the game rapidly picked up popularity and continues today to received high marks of ‘very positive’ ratings from gamers. Given the popularity of the game and the fledgling console, it should be no surprise that Kona released on the Nintendo Switch — developer Parabole stated this desire around a year ago, in fact.

With a frigid setting of Northern Canada’s Atamipek Lake, you brave through the bizarre blizzard that has been afflicting the land. Carl Faubert is the detective you play as, and your job is to discover who has been vandalizing W. Hamilton’s property. Hamilton owns a hunting manor in this area, and his property had been become a target of several different vandalism cases.

The weather turns worse for Carl and he becomes locked to the area, so surviving the weather becomes a top priority for him. His client cannot be found and there appears to be no signs of life as he explores the village. Through third-person storytelling, discover the perplexing events happening in Atamipek Lake and solve the mystery as a detective.

Kona is available now on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Check out the new Nintendo Switch release trailer and some screenshots below:

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