Educational adventure Dolphin Spirit: Ocean Mission heading to Switch
Original (4/17): Today, publisher Microids and developer Magic Pockets announced Dolphin Spirit: Ocean Mission for Switch. The game launches on September 28, 2023.
Dolphin Spirit: Ocean Mission is an educational adventure set on the tropical island of Maupiroa, which is threatened by pollution and impending disaster. With their dolphin companion Keanu, players will explore Maupiroa’s seabed and meet its inhabitants, while helping a local environmental association to save the island and restore its abundant ecosystem. The title will feature a mix of folklore, traditions and fantasy.
Here’s some additional information:
Your journey on Maupiroa will not be easy! However, you can count on your grandfather and the locals to help you in your quest to save the island from destruction. Embark on a fantastic adventure and immerse yourself in the heritage of your ancestors to unlock the secrets of the magical totems. Discover the hidden treasures of underwater life with your sidekick Keanu the dolphin. Take part in the conservation missions of the local association and take photos of the island’s wildlife to complete your codex. Marvel at the rich marine ecosystem and learn how to preserve it. Use your power to help the endangered marine life.
- An original story filled with mystery and magic
- A fun way to learn about ecology with well-researched information
- A codex to complete to learn more about the different marine species
- Wild and colorful landscapes to explore
– Microids and Magic Pockets have worked closely with experts from Cetasea, an association working to create an European network of marine mammal refuges, ensuring in game data accuracy. Players will discover the world of marine life while learning more about the importance of marine habitat conservation.
Dolphin Spirit: Ocean Mission will be available both physically and digitally on Switch.
Source: Microids PR
Update (7/6): The first teaser is now available. Get a look at the video from Microids below.