QUByte Interactive and Leonardo Zufi will bring ASMR travela collection of serene animated puzzles, on Nintendo Switch tomorrow, July 13th. In terms of basic gameplay and UI design, it looks almost identical to another QUByte game with the same premise, Daily life in Japan, released in January. However, ASMR travel on Switch replaces a Japanese aesthetic in its puzzles with “magical environments,” and there’s apparently a light story this time around.
As QUByte explains, “The journey begins with a girl opening the door to her bookstore in the corner of the living room. It was the little witch who sold books of magic. At hand was her new volume, with a particular name. But what a journey would that be? Maybe we all need to know, because the secret to a creative and peaceful mind is the magic of eternal life. Okay, cool, but it’s is still about animated puzzles, so you should probably temper your expectations for a rich story. Daily life in Japanyou can zoom in or out, highlight border puzzle pieces, shuffle remaining pieces, and preview the full image (like looking at the image on a box), while relaxing to pleasant music .
There is no Nintendo Switch eShop price or listing for ASMR travel again, but Daily life in Japan sells for $3.99. In fact, I bought the latter and enjoyed my brief moments with it because it delivers exactly what it promises: relaxing puzzles.