Cult-classic Korean horror game 'White Day: A Labyrinth Named School' heads to Switch in September 2022
What could be scarier than high schoolers?!
The Korean survival-horror game, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School, has been announced for Nintendo Switch. Originally developed by Sonnori and released back in 2001, the game was remade in 2015 by ROI Games for mobile devices, before eventually being ported to PC and PS4 in 2017. After a long journey, the game is now making its way to Nintendo Switch from publisher PQube. It will be released in September 2022 and includes 30+ DLC costumes.
On the eve of the gift-giving holiday White Day, a new Yeondu High School student, Lee Hee-min, sneaks into school to hide a box of candies for the girl of his dreams. But when the shutters slam shut, he finds himself trapped in the building overnight, hunted by killer janitors and haunted by the troubled souls of the dead.
Can Hee-min remain hidden while searching for clues to uncover the dark secrets of the building’s past? Or will the horrors that stalk the school’s eerie hallways by night claim his life before he can escape? With no weapons and limited supplies, there’s little room for error in this tense, stealth-based, Korean Horror classic, brimming with secrets, branching stories, and multiple endings.