A recent PEGI rating for Graveyard Keeper suggests the morbid game could be making its way across to the Nintendo Switch in the near future. Described as a medieval cemetery management sim, it’s developed by Lazy Bear Games and published by tinyBuild.
Given the fact Lazy Bear has already released Punch Club on the Switch, an eShop release for Graveyard Keeper wouldn’t be a complete shock. In the title, the player must build and manage their own graveyard while taking advantage of all the resources at their disposal to expand into other ventures.
The game raises ethical dilemmas and includes plenty of gathering, crafting and questing. Like all respectable medieval-themed games, there is also the chance to explore mysterious dungeons and discover new alchemy ingredients to poison the entire village.