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Fantasy Life Developer Releasing New Game – The Snack World

Level-5 the developer behind Fantasy Life for the Nintendo 3DS is releasing it’s next Game for iOS and Android in April. The Nintendo 3DS version of the game is set to release in July 2017. These dates are currently for Japan only, but a North American release is scheduled for later this year as well. The Snack World follows the magical adventure of Chup and his comrades, gameplay takes place in a typical RPG fantasy style setting. With shops, markets, housing, towns, cafés  friendships and more!

Official Announcement

LEVEL-5’s fourth cross-media project, will be released on Android/iOS devices in April 2017 — and on the Nintendo 3DS platform in July 2017. As its key ‘hyper-casual fantasy’ concept suggests, The Snack World takes place in a typical RPG fantasy setting with weapon shops and inns appearing here and there, while such modern conveniences as corner stores, vending machines, and cafés also exist. Along with the game release, The Snack World TV series will start airing in a primetime slot on TV Tokyo starting in April 2017

The game is set to have Amiibo support for additional in-game content that can be claimed using the Nintendo Amiibo feature. The developers also showcased some specifically designed Amiibo style keychain that can be used to summon things inside the game, no further details have been given on this feature. Level-5 has released a hands on game footage video for The Snack World, enjoy the gameplay recording bellow, as well as the cinematic announcement trailer.

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