In Gamelab Montevideo we caught up with BiP Media's Sophie-Anne Bled to learn about the French company's titles that are used to improve people's learning skills, and also about a unique social-support adventure game in which the player has to find a job.
However, BiP is all about casual games as well, and Sophie-Anne commented just as casually that the studio's biggest hit, My Farm, is coming to the Nintendo Switch with an enhanced version set to land in 2018:
"Now we're working to make a really augmented version for the Nintendo console Switch", confirms the managing director. "We hope to be [there] for second quarter of next year".
Since its original release on PC in 2006, My Farm was ported to Nintendo DS, 3DS and Wii U. And with Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley, and Farming Simulator (and of course the likely return of Animal Crossing) coming to the platform, it's only natural that the French outfit also adapts its farm-managing game as well.