Novect and Mangagamer previously released Seventh Lair for PC platforms. Seventh Lair from Novect, the developers of The House in Fata Morgana, is a more tongue-in-cheek story that looks at the online interactions between fans and an indie developer, but it does have some sensitive issues. Today, publisher Mangagamer released Seventh Lair Remastered (titled Seventh Lair) for Nintendo Switch worldwide. It was announced to hit Switch in 2023, but didn’t have a confirmed release date. The House in Fata Morgana is one of my favorite games of all time and I can’t wait to check out the Switch version of Seventh Lair later today. The Seventh Lair Nintendo Switch download size is 1.4GB. If you haven’t kept up with Novect, read my two part interview with Hanada Keika about the studio and the future here and here. Watch the trailer for the Western release of Seventh Lair on PC below:

Seventh Lair Nintendo Switch release

Seventh Lair is out now on Nintendo Switch for $7.99 or regional equivalent. Download it here on the eShop in North America, here in Europe, and here in Japan.

Seventh Lair language support

Seventh Lair is available with English, French, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), and Japanese language support.

You can grab Seventh Lair for Steam here on Steam and you can also buy it on Mangagamer if you want to play it on PC. I played a bit of this on Steam Deck already, but waited for the Switch version for the full experience.

Seventh Lair is out now on PC and Nintendo Switch worldwide.

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