Nairi: Tower of Shirin is nearing release and will be set loose next month. Here’s a look at the adorable point-and-click adventure for PC and Switch.

Two years after its Kickstarter campaign concluded, Nairi: Tower of Shirin is prepping for its final release. The point-and-click adventure game will be made available on 29th November, launching simultaneously across PC (via Steam) and Switch. Pricing is set at a paltry $9.99 for both versions of the game. UK players will have to shell out £8.99, while those in the eurozone will have to pay €9.99.

Here’s the game’s pitch:

Follow Nairi, a troubled upper class girl, and Rex, a gangster-turned-scholar, as they uncover a dark mystery involving the mysterious Tower of Shirin! In a world brimming with with delightful, deadly, and dastardly creatures Nairi will need all her wits to outsmart bandit cats, befriend crime lord ducks, and escape a conspiracy as old as time.

NAIRI: Tower of Shirin is a charming graphic adventure with adorable characters within a troubled world that is sure to delight people of all ages looking for a strong narrative and puzzle experience!

And here’s a trailer showcasing the game’s cute aesthetic:

Nairi: Tower of Shirin is being developed at HomeBearStudio, which is based in the Netherlands. It was founded by Joshua van Kuilenburg and You Miichi, both of whom are Game Architecture & Design graduates. Publishing the game are indie publisher outfits Another Indie and Hound Picked Games.

The studio’s official website can be found here. You’ll find the game on Steam here, and on the Nintendo eShop here. There’s also a page for the game on Hound Picked Games’ official website, where you can even buy merchandise.

If you prefer your point-and-clicks dark and grim, consider Tormentum II. Also consider the dark comedy The Low Road, which is set in the 1970s.

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