After six years in development, Ooblets is leaving early access and launching into 1.0 on Nintendo Switch, Xbox and PC (via the Epic Games Store) today. The game launches at a $29.99 USD price point.

Developed by Glumberland, Ooblets is a creature collecting life-sim game reminiscent of games like Pokemon and Stardew Valley. Players spend their days renovating their farm, raising their Ooblets, participating in card-based dance-offs and more. Daily challenges, dance tournaments, quests and badges will keep players busy.

In their down-time, players can enjoy a variety of mini-games or get to know the eclectic townsfolk of Badgetown. If crafting and selling is more your style, then players can also run their own store, selling items they’ve found or crafted themselves.

Finally, a physical edition of Ooblets will be available for Nintendo Switch, first via Fangamer and then worldwide via other retailers later on. This edition includes a foldout map of Badgetown, art prints and a bonus sticker sheet for pre-orders.

For more info, check out the official website.


By Scott Bennett

Artist, writer and photographer. I review anime figures over @WaifuWatchBlog. I like gacha games.