Happy Birthdays Receives Free Demo on Nintendo Switch eShop Shortly Before Launch

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Last year, Harvest Moon creator Yasuhiro Wada released Birthdays: The Beginning on PS4 and PC. Earlier this year, an enhanced port for Nintendo Switch titled Happy Birthdays was announced, and will be releasing in just two weeks. Interested players will be able to get an early taste though, as NIS America released a free demo for Happy Birthdays on the Nintendo Switch eShop.

This demo will let players briefly mess around with the game’s tools to play god and craft the game-world’s ecosystem to their liking. A new trailer was also released by NISA today that demonstrates how players can mold the environment to their liking.

If you want to see DualShockers’ thoughts on Birthdays: The Beginning, you can check out our review from last year. Yasuhiro Wada’s next title, Little Dragons Cafe, is releasing on PS4 and Nintendo Switch later this year, and you can watch its latest trailer to get a better idea of what to expect.

Below, you can check out a new trailer titled “Let’s Get Creatin’”. Birthdays: The Beginning is currently available on PC and PS4, while Happy Birthdays will hit Nintendo Switch on June 5. You can currently pre-order Happy Birthdays on Amazon.


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