The creator behind oddball murder mystery game The Good Life has hinted at a possible Nintendo Switch version of the game.
Right now, Hidetaka 'Swery' Suehiro's latest project has one week left of its Kickstarter to go with nearly £274,000 raised of its £447,045 funding goal reached at the time of writing. That's still a lot of dough to raise, and it's not the first time that the game has attempted to get crowdfunded; The Good Life had previously tried its luck on Fig but left with its tail between its legs.
That hasn't stopped Swery and his team from tinkering around with the game on the Switch however, although he was keen to point out that nothing has been confirmed yet. We wouldn't get our hopes up yet either, as the game obviously still needs to get funded for other platforms before a Switch version is possible.
'We love the Nintendo Switch. And while we cannot commit to making a Switch version for now, our main programmer couldn't stop himself from doing a few experiments with our current build and the console,' said Swery.
The Good Life has seen a number of improvements since it debuted on Kickstarter, with more photo opportunities available for the player allowing you to earn money for your efforts and buy better equipment.