If you’re looking for an experience similar to Fantasy Life on Nintendo Switch, you’ll be pleased to hear about WorldNeverland – Elnea Kingdom.
WorldNeverland – Elnea Kingdom is a smartphone game developed by Althi originally released in 2015. It’s described as an “elaborate sandbox kingdom” or RPG life simulator where players can marry and start a family, build their house and farm, fight monsters, cook, and much more.
Althi is planning to release WorldNeverland – Elnea Kingdom on Nintendo Switch in Japan next Spring. No details on a release in the west yet, but chances are high as the original game was localized.
The player arrives in this kingdom as a traveler, becomes a citizen, and then lives there.
Each player has a house and field. The player can also save money to move into a mansion.
The player can participate as the head of or a guest at events such as seasonal functions, state ceremonies, festivals, marriages, childbirths, and funeral services.
Players can become friends with and marry other unmarried characters.
Players can also work hard at a job or martial art to find success in this world.
The player can also have several children to increase the size of their family.
By transferring their control to offspring, the player can experience a long period of play over several generations of a family.
Cooking can also be done using a variety of ingredients.
Monsters can be defeated and dungeons or forests explored to gather resources or ingredients for cooking and making weapons.
Martial arts tournaments can be entered, allowing players to compete to be the number one hero in the kingdom.
The player is free to do, or not do, what they wish.
The kingdom has a history of several hundred years, which can be read about in the library.